Cell phone cameras cannot hope to compete with dSLR cameras
with interchangeable lenses, zoom, and aperture control, yet
cell phone cameras are being used to create outstanding
images by the likes of National Geographic photographers.
This course concentrates on how to deal with the limitations
and take advantage of the strengths to help you be a better
cell phone photographer. We will also explore visualization,
perspective, composition, color balance, and light quality.
We will spend our first hour and a half reviewing each
other's images and course materials, followed by shooting
photographs as a group at nearby city and county parks.
iPhones connect directly to the overhead projector for
sharing our photos with each other.
Photography Field Trips -- Cell Phone Camera Basics
Photography Field Trips -- Composition
Photography Field Trips -- Lighting
Photography Field Trips -- Post Image Processing