Make the most of your smart phone camera
Who is this course for?
Transform the way you take photographs on your smartphone, become more creative and learn about the best apps. Do you have a smartphone camera, but are unsure of how to use it? Maybe you only use the ‘auto’ setting and would like to know what those other buttons do… This is a course for anyone would like to improve their photographic skills and explore their camera. Taught in a supportive and friendly atmosphere.
You will explore and experiment with the settings on your phone camera during a series of fun photographic tasks. You will learn some top tips for better photography including composition and lighting. You will use your phone to edit your photographs and experiment with the final look of your images.
Support and feedback
The tutor will provide 1:1 feedback and instruction. Learners will be invited to share their images with the group and provide positive advice and feedback.
Additional costs and requirements
Bring your fully charged smartphone and charger. If you have the instruction manual for your smartphone camera then please bring it along. You may wish to make notes so bring a pen and notebook.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
About the tutor
With a background in state education and community arts, Elena believes passionately in nurturing the artist that dwells within us all. Having fun and enjoying the process is central to this core belief. She aims to maintain a supportive environment for all to enjoy the creative process at every level.
Elena has been teaching a wide range of Art, Craft, Textiles, Photography and environmental education for over 13 years. She has a degree in Visual Communication and specialised in Photography at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. This led to an interest in experimental techniques exploring the rich history of the medium including homemade and box cameras. Her professional work includes working with a professional commercial photographer and animation production in London. She is currently discovering cyanotype and anthotype processes using the natural world as an alternative to the darkroom.