iPhone 2.0 Photography Class
Duration: 1 hour
iPhone 2.0 The Buttons, Bells and Whistles that can improve your pictures
During this iphone 2.0 Photography class we will explore the great features of your iphone that can really improve your photography and explain what all the buttons are for and how they can help you take a better picture.
Whats the yellow box for? Why is my picture blurry? How do I change lens?
Knowing the answers will help you to take a better picture.
In this class you’ll learn about the buttons that will take your photography to the next level.
No experience required, but we recommend having already completed our iphone beginners photography class
What you’ll learn:
- To take your iphone photography to the next level
- Top tips to avoid those blurry photos
- To take in your surroundings differently and capture special moments
What you’ll need:
Our Photography Tutors would advise you to come along to our iPhone 2.0 Photography Class with your iphone and some images to show that you have taken before.
Justin Adams is the Managing Director and Principal Creative of an Edinburgh based company called LA Media. He set this up in 2001 after a long and successful career as a producer/director with the BBC. He is an experienced camera operator, sound recordist, multi-camera studio director, fully qualified drone pilot and a passionate advocate of the iPhone.
Joining our live classes
Our ‘live’ classes will take place via Zoom. We’d recommend using a laptop or desktop if possible to make it easier for you to take part. Upon booking your class, you will receive an email confirmation with full details of how to join and your link to the zoom class.
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