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Cell phone photography has a lot to offer. With improvements in technology, cell phones can offer many features found on a DSLR camera such as: changing shutter speed, adjusting the ISO, shooting in RAW, blurring motion, taking videos and so much more. Add the sophistication of software and the cell phone camera becomes a very useful and well used tool for taking photos. There are many scenarios where you’ve chosen not to bring your camera, but you often have your cell phone. The best camera to preserve the moment is the one you have with you. Join us to learn what the phone in your pocket can do for you as a photographer.
“See” you on Wednesday.
Karoline and Val