You know photos are important, but you’re not at the point in your biz to be hiring someone just yet.
It’s another day and you find yourself scrolling through your phone looking for a good photo to share on Instagram. Because, to beat that algorithm you’ve got to be sharing right??
But as you scroll, it’s the same as yesterday. None of the photos look the way you want.
Gah, how much time are you gonna waste trying to find something again? This is so not the best use of your time! But marketing is how the money comes in, and Instagram is required these days right?
So you scroll and scroll on your camera roll not finding what you want. So you decide to take some more photos, but they just never look like all those bright and wonderful ones you see on your feed right?
What voodoo magic do you need to know to get these photos looking good and uploaded so you can move on to do what you really want to be doing today?
What would it be like if you knew a little more about how to make your iPhone pics shine?
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you had some tools in your belt to take better photos?
Then you wouldn’t have to groan every single time you needed another post. (ahem tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after….)
Well, I’ve got something for you!
I’ve created this super simple e-course to teach creatives just like you how to get better phone photos that don’t make you cringe inside. What’s even better is that it’s free (woot woot!)
This is a mini-course that will give you hacks for controlling your phone, and how to recognize good light so you can take your photos and get back to what you want to be doing in your biz!
Sign up below and it will land in your inbox daily for the next 5 days with some tactical info and steps to getting better photos!
You can thank me later 😉
i-Phone setting hacks that are so simple yet powerful
Tricks to control where you focus and the brightness of the image when your camera is wigging out
Why your photos look orange or blue and how to fix it
How to crop out the distraction
Understanding lighting, and seeing when it looks beautiful and when to pass.
Follow me at @rebeccaellisonphoto to see what’s going on!