Three-Hour iPhoneography Class for One (£25) or Two (£48) at British Photography School (Up to 63% Off)
- Digital photography school
- Courses for all levels of ability
- London and Manchester bases
- Tutored by professional photographers
- Three-hour course
- 9am to midday or 1pm-4pm
- Covers exposure, depth, distance and focal length
- Includes use of various apps
- Uploading and editing skills
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-british-photography-school/ only. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 16 or older with a valid ID. Must bring own iPhone. Please check website for meeting point before arrival. Customers must notify staff on arrival if you have any medical condition that should be brought to their attention. Excludes cost of apps required: Camera+ (£1.49), Hipstamatic (£1.49), Instagram (free), and Adobe Photoshop Express (free). Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 3 August 2012 at 2.01pm.
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While the camera phone has enjoyed a rise to fame, early prototypes were hamstrung by the limited reach of their curly cords. Get creative on the go with today's Groupon for a three-hour iPhoneography course from British Photography School. Choose from the following options:• £25 for one person (62% off)
• £48 for two people (63% off)
A dedicated photography school that fashions rookies into fully-fledged shutterbugs, The British Photography School sheds light on digital wizardry from their Manchester and London bases. The team of professionals teach absolute beginners the basic buttons and introduce experienced clickers to the flashier tricks of the trade. Practical workshops includes night city tours and still-life snappery, while modern portraiture is brought in to focus with social media skills or documental tours of city street art.
In a three-hour exploration of all things tech-savvy, iPhone-wielding pupils will learn to make the most of their powerful pocket clicker. Groups of up to 18 will aim to get to grips with exposure, composition and distances and learn to utilise natural light and surroundings, while mastering a handful of snappy apps. The classes finish up with a few hints on storage and uploading, allowing new media natives to add a fresh, creative arrow to their technological bows.