Events and Exhibitions

Smartphone Photography – How to use your phone to get the images you want.

From: £25.00

Saturday 29th June

10aM until 4PM

An opportunity to find out how you can improve your smartphone photography.

Bookings will open on the 22nd April. Early Bird Festival Passes available here.

**Normal price £60 – reduced to £25 thanks to subsidy from the Regional Events Growth Fund **

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“The best camera is the one you have with you.”

Join us as part of the photography festival to learn how to make the most of your smartphone for photography. Your tutor Keith takes almost all of his photographs using his phone and will take you through a fun and relaxed workshop in and around the inspirational setting of Shambellie House to take some wonderful photographs

During the workshops you will consider:

1. Basic camera settings in a Smartphone and how they can be modified.
2. Focusing and exposure settings.
3. Taking pictures in and around Shambellie House.
4. Manipulating images using Snapseed and other mobile apps.
5. Printing and sharing images.
6. Use of snap on lenses and other accessories.
7. Sources of further information and inspiration.


Suitable for beginners. All you need is a smartphone capable of accessing the internet.


Subsidised by the Regional Events Growth Fund

Kit and Requirements

No special kit needed please bring a smartphone capable of accessing the internet.

We will be outdoors and some of the paths are uneven so please were suitable cloths and footwear.


About the Day

This is a full day workshop running as part of our Photography Festival. The workshop starts at 10am and runs until 4pm. Lunch is included, along with refreshments throughout the day. You will also have time to view the exhibition of photographs during lunch.

Some time will be outdoors – please dress appropriately.

The workshop will take place on the ground floor which is accessible and some areas outdoors are wheelchair friendly. Please contact us if you are interested and need more information. Some of the exhibition is upstairs and unfortunately we have no lift however an online gallery is showcased on the ground floor.

If you have answered yes and would like to discuss your requirements then please get in touch.