Want to learn how to tell your story through a series of beautiful images? Join Photographer Tyson Wheatley & Tiny Atlas Quarterly on Adobe Live to learn how. Today, Tyson teaches us how to select and edit mobile photography for storytelling and shares why some pictures on social media are successful while others aren’t.
Tyson is a photographer, director and strategist with a decade of experience working in social media and journalism. He spent 11 years at CNN where he launched/ran major global journalism projects and is the co-founder of Hong Kong’s first ever InstaMeet! His past clients include General Electric, Ray Ban, Ford Motor Co, Bloomingdales, Travel Alberta, The Canadian Tourism Commission, and Hong Kong Tourism Board and many more.
Tiny Atlas Quarterly shares the perspective of travel photographers through rich, beautiful stories that unfold through a series of images. Helmed by Emily Nathan and Deb Hearey, it is both a magazine attached to a production company and a creative agency connected to a global community of travelers and photographers. Check our their hashtag #mytinyatlas on Instagram!
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►Click HERE for part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9KEeJXn5SU
Mobile photography at TAQ: 4:25
The story behind successful Instagram posts: 8:20
Shooting vertical vs. horizontal photos: 33:20
Taking photos with your smartphone: 46:30
Editing begins: 51:18
How to make selective adjustments: 1:19:05
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Music by Chillhop & Andrew Applepie