Attention-Grabbing Watch Photography With Your Mobile Phone
What you'll learn
- How to take watch photos you can be proud of, with just a mobile phone.
- Easy tips and tricks that you can use immediately with the device you already have.
- How to easily control light for dramatically different results.
- Simple rules that improve your photography for watches, products and more.
- No photography knowledge or equipment is needed – just a phone with a camera!
Do you have a watch that looks great in real life but when you take a photo, it’s a bit … disappointing?
In this class you’ll learn how to take watch photos you can be proud of, with just a mobile phone. You’ll discover easy tips and tricks that you can use immediately with the device you already have. No equipment or software needed – no apps to install!
This class is for you if you’re a beginner to photography, or if you just want an easy way to create watch images to share on social media. Having said that, even non-beginners may find ideas and inspiration.
Easy tips with a big impact.
Practical examples in each lesson.
Step-by-step approach, focusing on one concept each lesson.
Suitable for iPhone/iPad and Android smartphones.
Although the class focus is on watches, it’s also relevant for similar items like bracelets or necklaces and even general product photography, such as a treasured ornament or even delicious-looking cupcakes!
By the end of this class, you’ll be able to produce an image, or hopefully many images, of your wristwatch that you’ll be proud to show to others, and maybe even make them a bit jealous! So, let’s get started…
Who this course is for:
- This class is for you if you’re a beginner to photography, or if you just want an easy way to create watch images to share on social media.
Born in the UK and now living in Japan, Daniel has been interested in photography since getting a film SLR camera back in the 1980s. Having taught English and computing in the past, he's now combining his experiences to teach photography, concentrating on making the creative process as easy as possible.
He also runs a website for watch collectors, so watch photography is a natural niche for him to explore and help others.
His other interests include baking, anything tech-related, and sitting on the sofa strumming a ukulele.