Hello there! Michael and I are starting a new blog series: Phone Photography Friday.
Plans are underway for another Phone Photography workshop very soon. It went so well last time, and we've had several people ask us to do another one. How could we resist?
Until then, we're going to give you some tips to step up your phone photography game. Let's face it: We're all photographers. If your phone has a camera, and you use it to document your life or promote your business you want those photos to be great, right? Right!
First tip: Find the light.
The word photography is a mashup of two greek words: photo and graph. Photo means light, and graph means to write. When you take a photo, you're literally writing with light, whether it's on a piece of film, or the tiny digital sensor in your phone. Because phones sensors are so small, light affects mobile photography more than anything else.
At our next workshop and we'll show you how to make the most of your light when shooting with a phone. We're going to announce all the details next week, so be sure to check back!