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Smartphone Photography Free Workshop

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Smart Phones are part of our daily lifestyle. We use them for many different tasks, including photography. These days most of the newer smart phones are equipped with relatively good and simple to use cameras. But the key to success is to learn some fundamental rules of photography and create outstanding images, not just a smart phone photo!

Omnilargess Smartphone Photography Free Workshop

At Omnilargess photography classes we recognize the importance of capturing a lifetime memory on a single but story-telling picture.

Since smart phones are usually the only cameras we never fail to carry, why not learn some fundamental basic rules to achieve our desired image?

On July 15th 2017 we are going to have our free photography workshop on how to take better pictures using smart phones. Remember to mark that day on your schedules and take advantage of this opportunity.

Smartphone Photography Free Workshop

Smart phone free photography workshop
Use simple photography techniques in your Smart Phone photography to create better pictures.

Come and join us for an interactive afternoon

Omnilargess Free Photography Workshop is on Saturday, July 15th from 2-4pm at High Street Shopping Centre G135- 3122 Mt. Lehman Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, V2T 0C5

Smartphone photography free workshop

Photography has two major parts, Exposure and Composition. In this free photography workshop, we are going to focus on composition only.

Some very basic composition rules help you to capture more dynamic and eye-catching photos.

Foe instance take a look at this photo. It is a very ordinary and static picture.

Camera Orientation

Free Photography workshop
Smart phone in landscape mode. An ordinary photo!

But as you noticed, changing the orientation of our camera (smart phone), resulted in a way more dynamic image.

Camera Orientation

By just rotating the smart phone/camera and change the orientation, you can create a dynamic image.
By just rotating the smart phone/camera and change the orientation, you can create a dynamic image.

Another example

Rule of thirds is one of the many rules of composition. By applying the Rule of thirds, you invite your viewers to see the story behind the photos:

Rule of Thirds in Smart Phone Photography

Notice how Horizon is set at according to rule of thirds, and how it added dynamic to the image.
Notice how Horizon is set at according to rule of thirds, and how it added dynamic to the image.

Omnilargess Free Photography Workshop

Free Smart Phone Photography Seminar

July 15th 2-4pm High Street Shopping Centre

We love to hear from you. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for upcoming tutorials and tips. That is all for now. See you there.

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

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