|On the left, the straght-up photo from my phone. On theright, after a a few moves /Apps to fix it up.|
Here's an example we shot while teaching this class in November, in Maryland.
On the far left, a quick phone camera shot of a skein of yarn on a typical meeting table, warts and all. Same photo; rotated, quickly fixed up a bit, and then labeled, all in Phone. If you're on Instagram, it's the kind of image that works well in the feed. (We'll talk about that).
Even if you own a big beautiful camera, your phone is so much easier to whip out when you want shots of a new sweater, or a nice moment while walking the dog. I know I am guilty of that . Like, daily. The trick is to make the most of the image Why not ?
We'll use free and inexpensive apps to take our phone images to a new level. The workshop is hands-on, moves fast, is fun and and a review/critique at the end, of what we've accomplished. See you there? Call ahead to register. Sunday 10-1.
Many more of my phone photos on my Instagram. Follow me instagram.com/@galezucker