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Smartphone Photography

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Smartphone Photography

Year: 2020
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Mark Hemmings

“Discover Smartphone Photography!” is a photographic instructional series aimed at helping you create far better iPhone and Android photos than you ever thought possible. In each episode professional Travel and Street photographer Mark Hemmings helps a friend by going through an actual photo shoot or photo editing session. By the end of the series you will be well equipped to go out and take stunning photos with your smartphone!


To watch Smartphone Photography:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Meagan loves the idea of photographing waterfalls that have that silky-smooth, soft flowing water look. Too bad she needs an expensive DSLR camera to get that effect. Or does she? In this episode, Mark will show her two different ways to capture stunning waterfall photos using either an iPhone or Android.

Episode 2

Mark's niece Kaiya has her own TV show called "Heart Fun", and she's enlisted Uncle Mark's help in choosing a fun portrait app that has incredible filters and effects. In this episode, Kaiya discovers how much fun portraits of friends can be when using the Adobe Photoshop Camera app.

Episode 3

Cameron loves mobile photography, and captures some really great images with his smartphone. Now he really wants to get better at the editing side of photography, often called "post-processing". In this episode, Mark uses one of Cameron's photos to showcase the incredible editing power of the Adobe Lightroom CC mobile app for iPhone and Android.

Episode 4

Fabiola is an incredible artist, and does a great job at promoting her work on social media. One thing that she wants to get better at, however, is how to photograph her artwork with even, balanced natural light. In this episode, Mark uses Fabiola's own artwork to do an actual still-life/product photo shoot in a local café with a large window.

Episode 5

Mohammed loves using his smartphone to explore different photographic genres, but one that really interests him is landscape photography. After asking Mark for some tips and tricks to create better landscapes, Mark decides to invite Mohammed on an early morning landscape photoshoot.

Episode 6

Hazel owns and operates The Art Warehouse, a very cool café where the public can create their own artwork. When Hazel asks Mark for his opinion on the best mobile app camera, Mark decides to show her the quality of the Adobe Lightroom CC camera. In this episode, they practice using the camera by doing an actual photoshoot of her café's interior and exterior architecture.

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