Nature and Landscape Photography

To improve my iPhone photography, I did a course called 'Dale McManus iPhone Photography: How to take Pro Photos On Your iPhone'.

Nature and Landscape Photography

I like taking photos using my iPhone and some of them where coming out properly, so I wanted to make them better. I took a course on Skillshare called 'Dale McManus iPhone Photography: How to take Pro Photos On Your iPhone'. I really enjoyed this course, it was fun and really useful. It didn't get boring, because it wasn't just him talking and there were a lot of examples and ideas to use. This photography course has improved my photography skills a lot and after this course the photos I've been taking on my iPhone are a lot better.

The app I'm using on my iPhone to edit my photos is called Lightroom. Here are some of the photos I've taken and edited on my iPhone:

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Neve Marques-Jones

Neve Marques-Jones

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3 Comments

  • Eliot Marques-Jones

    On 16 November 2021, 09:45 Eliot Marques-Jones commented:

    These tropically bright sunset pictures made me feel calm, relaxed and amazed. They made me want to take pictures myself and I'll look at that course. Well done.

  • Susie Marques-Jones

    On 16 November 2021, 09:53 Susie Marques-Jones commented:

    These photos look brilliant, Neve! It's good to hear you've learnt so much about taking and editing photos just by doing a short course, and it's inspired me to learn how to do it, too. I especially like the way you've captured the cloud formations as it makes the photos look really interesting. Also, it's good how you've made the sky a feature of the photos by dividing the photos so that the sky takes up more than half of the frames. Well done!

  • Tom Inniss

    On 24 November 2021, 14:57 Tom Inniss Voice Team commented:

    These are really cool pictures, Neve! Great job. I've never gotten the hang of Lightroom, but I think I might have to start looking again.

    I hope you don't mind, but I've slightly edited your post just to make the images bigger so it's easier for other to enjoy them!

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