mobile phone photography course
Some say that pictures shot with a mobile phone can never be as good as pictures shot with a “real” camera. Humbug! I say.
Even professional photographers use mobile phones for certain pictures nowadays. For me it’s about being able to capture a moment, an object, a felling etc. It’s not about what equipment I have. That would be like saying I cannot buy a painting by Dali or Picasso because they used the wrong kind of canvas…
I have to admit though, that some pictures are just not possible to shoot with a mobile…
What is a good picture? I guess we all have an idea about what we like. Or at least what we believe we like. How can I improve my photography skills? What do I have to do to make my pictures stand out?.
I have put together a Mobile Phone Photography course. The inspiration is proudly stolen from other photographers and put together into a 24 hour course. And this is what it looks like…
Eat with your eyes
Make food look tasty and objects amazing
“I shoot only with my mobile phone”
We have a look at some of the fundamentals, lights, shutter speed, aperture etc. of photography
The correct light
The light is crucial for the picture, so how do we use it?
Picture- and other languages
Sometimes you need a text to go with your pictures. What is the best way to combine a picture with the written word?
How to capture the little buggars!
Black & White
”If you want fashion, shoot in colors. If you want emotion, shoot in Black & White”
Small talk with pictures
Why you should be better to speak in pictures
Pro over one night
The beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.. A professional always thinks about the viewer.
More lively pictures
How do you make things happen in your pictures? We have a look at landscapes, cities, woods, water…
How to capture people
It’s a bit about portraits but most focus will be on people in general
What is a memorable holiday picture? How to catch the holiday spirit.
Here are some of the things we will do during the course…
You learn the basics of storytelling; image composition, timing and how to start building your own photographic style.
Composition and how you influence the viewer's feelings and thoughts through the structure of the image.
What makes certain images communicate more clearly than others.
Light and exposure.
How you can better assess the conditions your own images have, for conveying the message you want to convey.
How image quality can be changed by changing the title, caption and context.
Be prepared for the unknown and plan your pictures
“A picture a day “and other projects