Tag: mobile photography

Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash

When it comes to teaching photography in The Studio, we focus heavily on the mobile side of the photography spectrum, mostly because phones these days are so portable, accessible, and their camera specs have improved in leaps and bounds. Unfortunately, in one particular area, your mobile phone’s camera still cannot compete with a higher-grade DSLR or mirrorless camera: its option to change lenses to suit your purpose.

Photo by Imani Clovis on Unsplash

For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a double – or even multiple – exposure is made when a photographer superimposes one negative over another to create a single image. If you’ve ever seen an antique photograph of a transparent, ghostly blur hovering beside someone, then you’re already familiar with the concept of multiple exposure photography.

Photo by Jay Wennington on Unsplash

It’s no secret that the digital age has transformed all of us into shutterbugs, which has created an explosion of amateur photojournalists and news anchors across social media. This is a wonderful, beautiful thing, no matter how the naysayers may grumble about the finer points of the subject. The world and all its happenings has opened up before our eyes, and it’s been brought closer to us in ways we could not have predicted a generation ago.

March 1, 2018 - 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Smartphones are now ubiquitous and the best camera is the one you have readily available. Learn how to get the most out of your cell phone’s camera and some tips and tricks to capturing the best photos that you can!

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The Studio