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Taking Great Photos With Your Mobile Phone

Mobile phone cameras have changed the way we take photos and with over 4000 applications now available to use the options are endless. In this hands-on workshop you will learn about the most useful Applications, websites and output options and learn how to capture, edit and share great images on your iPhone/iPad or Android Smartphone/Tablet. South Coast Adult Ed are conducting a One Day course on Sun 30 Apr Time : 9.30AM-4.30PM Place: BATEMANS BAY conducted by Brad Nichol Course Cost : $135

iPhone/iPad Users NOTE: Your iPad must be iPad 3 or later (the camera resolution isn’t good enough in earlier models).

The following is the list of iPhone/iPad apps we will be using for this course. If you have an iPhone or iPad and are able to download some or all of these apps before the course it will give you more flexibility on the day. Note that some Apps may be iPhone or iPad specific so make sure you upload the right one. The cost for these will be around about $25.00 or so, but it may vary a little.

Tilt Shift Generator ProCamera Infinicam Average Camera (free version is fine to start with) InstantCam AutoStitch TrueHDR Iris (editing app) PureCarbon (monochrome app) Snapseed Averagecam Pro Hydra Cortex Cam

Android users

You can also join the fun. The array of Apps is a little different so here is the list.

  • Snapseed ( Free )

  • Camera Zoom FX (0.99)

  • Camera FV 5 (3.95)

  • DSLR Camera Pro (2.99)

  • Google Camera (Free)

  • Manual Camera (2.99)

Total: Approx $11.00

Delivered by Brad Nichol BA Ed, DipEd, Cert IV TAE Click HERE for more info on this course and other Courses available from South Coast Careers College/ Adult Ed Community College

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