On Friday 11th of December we had the pleasure of a zoom talk from Adiran McGarry, on photographing / editing purely uses a smart phone. It was a well attended and appreciated talk. Adrian has shared some links to the tools he uses below:

The promised links to the list of iOS apps that I featured in my talk (and a few others) which can be found at: https://www.adrianmcgarry.com/iphone-takes/my-top-iphone-photography-apps

Some Android alternatives to consider are:

An alternative for photo-resizing is https://www.image-size.com/
Filmic Firstlight is a newer camera app on Android and iOS. It’s a full manual camera with exposure compensation, ISO, shutter speed, focus, white balance, and more. It also supports RAW photos, has a live histogram, and more.  https://www.filmicpro.com/products/firstlight/
Long exposure app  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.longexposure2
I cannot vouch for the compatibility or quality of Android apps.

I was asked if Snapseed was available on Surface Pro – I promised to look into this and I still think the answer is no. There appear to be ways to run it as a Chrome extension or with an Android emulator but I can’t provide further information.

I promised a link to the Shoulderpod S1 combined grip and tripod mount. It is compatible with virtually any smartphone model with or without a case. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shoulder-S1-Smartphone-Photography-Tripod-black/dp/B00MAARLT6/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=shoulderpod&qid=1583878455&sr=8-2
My Zoom WorkshopsLearn iPhone Photography At HomeTo show my appreciation for booking me to present to your club, I can offer an exclusive 25% discount for all members on the above workshop. The voucher code of RDG25 will be valid for use until 13/12/20 and is based on availability of spaces.

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