Learn how to take amazing family photos with your smartphone!
Do you want to take better photos of your kids in their everyday moments?
Whether you want these photos for your own personal collection to look back on (they grow up so fast!), or you would like to improve your Instagram game, learning how to take quality photos using only your smartphone is an essential skill that you'll be using for the long-haul.
Smartphones are giving conventional cameras a run for their money nowadays, and it’s all right there in your pocket!
This half day Smartphone Photography Course teaches you how to get the most out of your smartphone camera and the numerous photography apps on the market.
Android, iPhones, Pixel and all other smartphones can be used.
You don't have to be tech savvy to attend as you will be shown everything you need to know about smartphone cameras.
You'll also learn how to take great shots using techniques that make your subject stand out. Photography principles such as lighting, composition and editing will be covered.
"Nat was brilliant. easy going. knowledgeable. and she enjoyed teaching us. I learnt a few good things." – 5/5 by Charlie Roberts
"Thoroughly enjoyable. I thought the handy tips were great plus being a tourist in my own City was great, wandering up little alley ways that I didn't know existed was heaven and seeing the wonderful Murals! Recommended to everyone! " – 5/5 by Jan Riddell
When: Saturdays 10am - 12pm
Where: Meeting point at Forrest Chase
This smartphone class is also perfect for any grandparents who want to learn the ropes of taking and sending photos.
By the end of the class, you'll be turning those easy candid smartphone photos into precious keepsakes. You'll never miss another memorable moment again!
For more information about this Smartphone Photography Course or to book a place, visit their website here.
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