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Smart Phone Photography Course

Smart Phone Photography the PRO way
This is course if for anyone that has a phone and wants to take better photos. I had this idea of the course when I was talking to a friend and she was complaining that she couldn't take any good photos, that she was not a good photographer and that anyways phones don't take good photos. I then showed her my phone photos and she couldn't believe it, she thought that these were taken with a pro camera. 
So I decided to show you how we can use the camera that we have on us at all times to take better photos. If you ever wanted to take your photos to the next level and you have a phone on you this course is for you!
We are going to tackle composing, exposure techniques, also some really cool ways to take photos and off course very easy retouching techniques. If you do buy and do this course send your best photos to and hashtag them #photosergephone on instagram so I can see them!
I will show some of the best work in my newsletter and social media which can potentially reach over 100 000 people


Slow Shutter App

Android version

Camera FV-5

Camera+ (to change ISO)



Iphone mount for tripod 

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To get Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers 

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Details & Requirements

Length: 1 Hour 34 Minutes

Experience Level: Beginner

Tags: Most Popular 30 for 9 Lightroom On Sale

Required Software: Lightroom Mobile, Snapseed, Slow Shutter App, Camera FV-5

Read these instructions to get started with the course: Read Me 1st on Training

Read these instructions for help on installing presets: Read Me 1st on Presets

Grand Canyon

Hollywood in Los Angeles

Hollywood Actress

Portrait Shot of Duncan in Hollywood

Hollywood in Black and White

Portrait Shot of Duncan against Sunset

Ocean Long Exposure 1

Ocean Long Exposure 2

Ocean at Sunset


1m 39s

Lesson 1: Introduction

In this video I explain the key features we are going to cover in this course

8m 0s

Lesson 2: Strong message

Composing your photos to communicate a clear message

9m 21s

Lesson 3: Exposure

Phones have a much lower dynamic range and it is important to expose for the highlights, I show you a lot of examples on this. (Camera+ app is used at 1 min 45 sec into the video.)

4m 22s

Lesson 4: Long exposure with a phone!

It is possible using a special app and a tripod to do long exposure with a phone!

0m 59s

Lesson 5: Slow shutter app configuration

A couple of tricks to keep in mind when you use the slow shutter app

3m 19s

Lesson 6: Flowers with nice blurry background

In this video I show you a trick to use a blurry background to take stunning flower photos. All the backgrounds are available for download as part of this course

5m 38s

Lesson 7: Shooting a portrait

I’m doing a lifestyle shoot with a Hollywood actress with a phone

8m 5s

Lesson 8: Snapseed a first look

Snapseed is in my eyes the best app to retouch photos, it is powerful and simple to use, here is a good introduction of the software and it’s free, thanks to Google.

7m 9s

Lesson 9: Retouching long exposure with Snapseed

Another a to z retouching tutorial of a long exposure

8m 8s

Lesson 10: Retouching long exposure Snapseed 2

Another a to z retouching tutorial of a long exposure, this time a darker photo

8m 35s

Lesson 11: Portrait retouching

Let’s retouch the Hollywood actress with a full body shot

5m 5s

Lesson 12: Portrait face retouching

Let’s retouch the Hollywood actress to create a better photo

7m 57s

Lesson 13: Portrait retouching of Duncan

This time we retouch our friend Duncan with a lifestyle shoot at the Griffith Park in Los Angeles, with the sun in the shot

7m 9s

Lesson 14: Portrait retouching of Duncan 2

Another retouch of our friend Duncan with a lifestyle shoot at the Griffith Park in Los Angeles

5m 59s

Lesson 15: Lightroom Mobile

If you are a creative cloud member you get Lightroom Mobile for free, here is a demonstration to do a dramatic black and white

3m 30s

Lesson 16: Android

Snapseed was originally developped for IOS (there is also an Android version), but let's look at another cool app to take long exposure in the world of Android

Phone Photography Course Source Files

The Bokeh backgrounds used.

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