We’re so excited to let you all know that we’ve teamed with the fabulous women at Brit + Co to teach you the ins and outs of how to capturing your travels with your smartphone! Our editor, Laura – who you’ve all gotten to know well here on the blog, will be teaching you all the ins and outs of utilizing your phone’s camera while out adventuring.
This e-course focuses on how we source innovative locations for unique photographs around the world, creative ways to capture a well-known location and our editing process.We’re truly giving you all our secrets in this one, ladies… so hop on it!
In our class together, we’ll take you out on location to the famous “Alamo Square Park,” a quintessential San Francisco destination, to teach you the basics of capturing your travels through your smartphone so you feel confident and inspired to explore more, document often and create some stunning photographs of your adventures around the world. See first hand how we shoot, the handy apps we swear by, and our editing process.
Let’s face it, we all use our phone’s cameras while out and about in our day to day lives. But do you know how to get the best out of this little handy piece of technology? If you’ve ever found yourself getting snap-happy while adventuring, but then find yourself unhappy or uninspired by the images you took… this course is for you. We’ll teach you how to get the most out of your smartphone’s camera, utilizing unknown features we use constantly, and how to edit and create a visual style totally unique to you. Not to mention, we’re spilling the beans on how we add our own twist to any and every location we explore!
A big, big thank you to Brit + Co for shooting this fabulous course with us. As you may know, we here at Dame Traveler have taught our photography classes scattered around the world, but we are thrilled to have something that you can access whenever, wherever. We truly love giving you all the resources to have amazing adventures around the world, such as this. It’s what we live for. This is our present to you!
Hope to see you in class!