What better way to learn about Better Mobile Photos - than attend a workshop. Bring a plus one and learn how you too, can improve your phone photos in your personal and professional life. This will provide the best insight into what we offer and pick up some cool tips along the way.
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What we do
At Better Mobile Photos, Mike delivers smartphone photography training to two audiences.
- People wanting to enjoy photography as a hobby or those simply wanting to make their photos look better. We deliver smartphone photography training to private groups and via our scheduled group workshops in Geelong and Melbourne. Further details can be found here.
- Industry groups and small businesses. Mike delivers tailored training and presentations to better communicate a brand, capture stories for social media or improve recording processes. Further details can be found here.
Mike James Bio
Mike James has combined 20 years of experience in photography and mentoring to become a sought after smartphone photography training specialist. Phone camera technology, combined with Mikes’ practical techniques, tips and recommended apps have made the smartphone a convenient and viable tool for professional photography. He is on a mission to help you become photography literate – without the technical jargon, enabling you to become confident, capturing, creating and sharing the best possible photos in your personal and professional life.
Read more about Mikes story here
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Five quick tips to improve your Smartphone photos – right now!
Photography has never been more in demand and accessible – most people already have a highly developed camera in their bag or pocket everyday. Your mobile phone camera is always within easy reach, and now has the ability to capture great photos. BUT, you want to take WOW photos…
Here is five quick tips that will instantly transform your images from snapshot to WOW photo.
1. Ensure the subject is obvious
2. Check for background clutter
3. Tap the screen to focus before capturing the photo
4. Experiment different angles and perspectives
5. Edit your photos using Snapseed phone app by Google
Mike at Better Mobile Photos runs two and three hour workshops, providing photography tips and easy photo editing techniques. Topics covered include: phone camera specific tips, what to photograph, how to set up a photo, camera replacement and photo editing apps.
The sessions are jargon-free and a lot of fun. Everyone leaves the class feeling excited and confident to capture those precious stories, moments and experiences. Tailored training for businesses and private groups can also be arranged. Further information can be found at bettermobilephotos.com.au