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(As well as access to the live sessions, you’ll receive a link to the recordings, which will be valid for 28 days after the course ends)

In this exciting, hands-on course, you’ll discover how to get the most from your smartphone camera and learn to shoot and edit like a pro!

These online sessions will be held Tuesday 26th March, 2nd, 9th and 23rd April 2024, 19:00-21:30pm (UK time) and will be recorded for those who can’t attend live.

Prior to the start, participants will receive a ‘needs analysis’ to establish their individual needs and expectations from the course.

Throughout the event, you’ll be set a series of practical exercises and receive expert feedback, to help heighten your visual awareness.

A private Facebook group will be set up and participants can share photographs and comment on each other’s work throughout and beyond the course.

You’ll learn to create more dynamic and creative compositions to achieve your own personal style of photography. You’ll find out how to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary, as you improve your ability to think and see photographically.

With Brendan’s guidance, you’ll be able to help your subjects forget the camera – and to create portraits to be proud of. You’ll also quash any fears you may have of street and travel photography and grow in confidence.

You’ll become a whizz at editing with Snapseed (a popular free app) to fine tune your images and prepare them for sharing on social media. You’ll also get some great advice on making your work stand out on Instagram.

By the end of the course, you should be equipped with the skills needed to shoot and edit photographs on your smartphone, that you’ll be proud to print, show and share!

About your Tutor

Brendan Ó Sé is an award-winning Smartphone Photographer and Educator from Cork in Ireland. He exhibits his work around the world and has won many international awards including ‘iPhone Photographer of the Year’ in 2017.

He enjoys teaching photography, most regularly with Photo Museum of Ireland and The Glucksman Gallery, Cork. He’s also co-founder of the Mobiography Awards.


If you have any questions or would like more information about the course, please email roy@myphotoclub.co.uk.

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