Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust are delighted to be working in partnership with Jet Black Squares to offer this wonderful introduction to getting the best from your smartphone's camera.
Learn to use your smartphone to take stunning wildlife photographs with professional photographer Jeanette. If you own a smartphone, then you own a camera, and if you own a camera, you have the ability to take amazing photos. The rules of photography are the same whether you have a smartphone or a £20k camera – composition, exposure and passion.
This online event will be held in the Trust's wildlife garden at Grebe House and hosted by the founder of Jet Black Squares, Jeannette Lendon. We will send the joining details closer to the date and will be using Zoom.
About Jeanette Lendon:
Jet is the founder and Creative Director of Jet Black Squares. Combining her former teaching career in the East End of London with a more recent corporate photography business of 13 years, she has created a hub for everything creative surrounding the smartphone. Her passion is showing people of all ages how to get the best photos from their phone - she believes that photography should be available to everyone and not just those who have a ‘fancy camera’. Jet’s infectious enthusiasm is evident for all to see, whether teaching the CEO of an international company, presenting to a conference of 100+ clients within the travel industry or an 85 year old grandma. She can often be seen whizzing around the streets of Hertfordshire on Basil, her gorgeous Vespa scooter. Aimed at adults but all ages welcome!
Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting the work of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.