iPhone photography course launched at London college

As you in the United Kingdom and struggling with snapping photos with your iPhone, if so help is at hand as the word is the Kensington and Chelsea College London has now launched the United Kingdom’s first iPhone photography evening course that is devoted to taking better pictures with your iOS smartphone.

According to the guys over at The Next Web by way of the BBC, the evening college course is called “iPhoneography” and it the first of its kind to be launched in the United Kingdom and uses a range of iOS apps and the iPhone camera app to create pictures.

The iPhoneography course begins next month and of course students taking the course have to own their own iPhone, and iPhoneography tutor Richard Gray plans on teaching the basics of colour, light, composition along with a wide range of editing skills such as cloning, blending and collage.

Gray is a professional photographer and has said that the iPhone is “revolutionising photography,” and enables the user to snap a photo, process it then post it online even when you are on a bus on your way home.

Apparently the iPhoneography course is generating quite a buzz with iPhone users helped by the fact that Gray is planning a free workshop at the Apple Store in Regent Street. Furthermore the course could be extended to include Android smartphones with high-end cameras in the future.

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