Taking Better Photos
with Your Phone

It’s one way to make 2019 a little better.

Once upon a time the phones we carried around with us started also including cameras. And despite growing up taking photos, the camera in the phone thing was a little weird to me for a while. It probably didn’t help that they were not high quality files or using high quality lenses.

But that changed. You can take pretty darn nice photos with your phone now. And I realized that if I started accepting the phone camera as a camera, I could capture the world around me and share my view of it on a moment’s notice. Taking my years of photography knowledge from both self-taught and formal education studies and applying it to my phone was kind of magical.

This is one of my photos taken on a phone.

This is one of my photos taken on a phone.

After hearing story after story of friends getting frustrated taking photos with their phones, I thought there might be a way for me to help.

There were those who have been taking 399 photos to get 1 good one.

There were those who were reluctant to share their photos with anyone because they didn’t feel like the photos were good enough.

There were those who had such a tough time taking a photo that they can’t look at that photo without feeling all the anger and frustration all over again.

So I’ve pulled some of the core ways I know to improve photography with my years of teaching theatre and my years of making engaging presentations as a marketing professional to make a class that you can take from anywhere you have access to a browser and an internet connection.

Make changes quickly and efficiently.

In Taking Better Photos with Your Phone, I’ll guide you breaking it all down into straight-forward concepts and hopefully we’ll have some fun along the way too.

You'll need less than an hour total to watch the lectures. And then how much time you give the practice activities is up to you – of course the more you can spare the better, but I'd recommend at least 15 minutes a day.

The class is designed with easy starting and stopping points so you can fit it into your schedule.

Mark out time on your calendar. Watch a module. Do the practice things. Take it a day at a time.

Or have a wild-photo-focused weekend. It's up to you.

This is also a phone photo taken by me.

This is also a phone photo taken by me.

Here’s a sneak peek at part of curriculum.

Here’s a sneak peek at part of curriculum.

What’s Included

6 units with video presentations filled with tips and techniques to better your phone photography from a professional photographer (me), practice activities, and a reminder image to use for quick reference once you’ve finished the class.

Head on over to the class page to get the full curriculum and enroll.

Ditch the frustration. Ditch the overwhelm. Take a little time for yourself and enjoy taking photos.

This class is open for purchase through Tuesday, May 21st.

And if this class isn’t for you, but you want to know about future classes, be sure to click here to put your email on this notification list too.