Be smarter than your camera phone!
YOU HAVE TO BE AGED 19+ to study with us.
This course runs for x3 consecutive Saturday sessions during 3 weeks: Sat 03 Mar, Sat 10 Mar, Sat 17 Mar 2018.
Mornings 10:00 - 12:30
Smartphones are with us permanently. We use them everywhere and for everything. We capture every instant of our life with them. We love to keep our digital memories to share with our family and friends, but do we know how to maximise the use of our smartphone's camera? Would you like to share great moments on Instagram or Facebook? Would you like to be able to create stunning photos using some simple techniques?
Learn to take pictures and the best strategies to edit them. Get started on this 3-week course and we will show you how to transform your photos with a good composition and positioning of your subject, use lead-in lines and framing. You will learn how to use light to create beautiful images, how to crop them into even better compositions and use your app to improve brightness, colour and contrast, how to apply artistic filters and create amazing collages.
You will finish the course maximising the possibilities of your smartphone, transforming your device into an effective tool to take pictures with a high-quality and understanding how to edit them in order to highlight the results.
You will have access to one of the most innovative buildings in London, where you will be taught by an experienced tutor in creative industries. Learners must bring their own smartphones.
Minimum smartphone skills required to commence the course. We will advise you on which apps to downloads before the course starts. Basic computer skills needed such as downloading apps, transferring photos etc....
This course will be taught at RAVENSBOURNE.
Learners are not required to have any previous skills but some basic smartphone skills will be needed. You have to be aged 19 + to study with us.
Basic computer skills
Course start dates
Sat 03 Mar 2018
10:00 - 12:30
Course end dates
Sat 17 Mar 2018
10:00 - 12:30
No of course weeks running