“People become photographers for different reasons — a passion for aesthetics, an eagerness to tell stories, a desire to better understand the world around them, or maybe just a simple but unexplainable passion for capturing moments on film.” Whatever your reason, this class promises to help you attain full bloom and become a pro-mobile photographer!
Who should attend this workshop?
Small business owners who want great photographs of their products but do not have the budget for a professional photoshoot.
Bloggers and social media influencers who want to improve their photography skills.
Social media/ community managers and content creators.
anyone who wants to learn how to take great pictures with just a smartphone.
Anyone who wants to start a mobile photography business.
What would the class teach?
Getting started: Creativity or Skill? Removing mindset roadblocks and recommended phones.
The Wakafire Story and lessons from it
Simple photography techniques
Practical shoot session
Basic picture editing using snapseed for general use
DATE: Saturday, 31st August 2019
TIME: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
COST: N10,000 (Pay here)
VENUE: CapitalSquare Lekki - 2nd Floor, The Garnet, Igbo-Efon, Lekki, Lagos. (Directions below)
Benefits of attending this class include:
A practical session at the end of the class.
A live tutor in class.
Lifetime access to the class videos and recordings.
Support long after the class is ended.
Regardless of the phone you use, you are welcome!
Driving Directions: If you're driving from Victoria Island/tollgate, go down the Lekki express and pass the first 5 roundabouts (the 5th is Jakande/Mobil roundabout), then keep right. Turn right just before the 6th roundabout (by the green road sign), then take the immediate left turn to go into the Garnet parking lot. The building is grey with a black roof and an orange strip (with an elevator) down the centre.
Bus Directions: From the mainland or Victoria Island, take the Ajah bus and come down at Igbo-Efon first roundabout. You should be right in front of the Garnet building (grey with a black roof and an orange strip (with an elevator) down the centre). Walk a few metres back to the turning off the main road, take the immediate left to the building.
Parking: There's ample parking at the building, with adequate security, so there's nothing to worry about.
Security: CapitalSquare is pretty safe, but we're having an open event, so it's best you keep an eye on your belongings.