I’ve been working this week on a workshop I’m giving next week on Smart Phone Photography.
All of us have shot with our cell phones and sometimes the results are pretty good and every once in awhile they’re spectacular.
With cell phones becoming better and better cameras as well, there’s a shrinking distance between them and most pocket digital cameras.
But there are some differences. Most cell phones don’t have manual controls (although there are some software programs that can go manual) and that means photographers need to focus on other aspects of photography.
For example, there’s no better camera than a smart phone camera for learning things like composition and how to shoot for maximum impact.
The good news is there are lots of photo editing software packages that really work well on cell phone images. Along with that there are a bunch of different lens kits you can add.
I’ll be posting a PDF of the workshop and I’m available to give it at your photo club or business group in the Greater Toronto Area.