Are you fumbling with your Smartphone Camera and you missed a great photo. On May 9th you will learn how to better use your camera and create fantastic movies. The course information is here. The class is limited to six students.
The picture below was captured on my Nexus 6 and edited with Google Photos. The movie was created from past smartphone photos.
Flick.com is my goto choice for cloud photo storage and community. You get a terabyte of free storage. A great deal. I downloaded some photos which had more than 200 views and used Screenflow to make a short video. Enjoy.
So last year I realized that less than 1% of the photos I snapped that were posted to Flickr were pictures of me. You can see that post here.
This year I have even less pictures of me so for my family and friends the video below are some photos of me. BTW, Flickr is a great way to track your photos.
I take photos everyday in Cuenca on my Nexus Smartphone. The photos are automatically uploaded to Flickr. I have 12K + photos. Everyday I spend 10 minutes perusing my friends photos on Flickr and I often save one or two each day to the favorites section.
Below is I photo I snapped today followed by a short video of some of my favorites.
Pop Quiz CTL subscribers. What is the name of the street where the buses go up the hill from 3 de Noviembre and turn on Tarqui. Go to the head of the class if you said “La Condamine”.
I travel on this route 4-5 times a week and look out at the rock wall and see faces in the rocks. Well today I took my cell phone and recorded some of those faces. I edited the photos and uploaded them to Youtube. Enjoy!
In late July I am going to offer a course on how to take great photos and videos on your smartphone or tablet. The course will offer the following
- Framing better photos and videos
- Editing on your smartphone
- Presenting and Storing your media
I will announce dates, and costs the first week in July. Comment or email me with any questions. Below is a sample of what you can do on your smartphone.