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How To Mobile Photo - with David McClelland

How To Mobile Photo

I have been sharing smartphone photography tips for a new YouTube channel, How To Mobile Photo.

Along with Gordon Laing — Cameralabs editor and fount of all photography knowledge — How To Mobile Photo will show you how to power-up your smartphone photography skills.

From tasty photos of food to the fine art of composition, via the best accessories and image editing apps, Gordon and I will be posting regular updates to the channel over the next few weeks.

How To Mobile Photo - with David McClelland

You know the drill: if you like it then ‘like’ it, comment and subscribe – and tell us which topics you’d like to see covered next.

Gadget Show Live 2013

I’m delighted to be back with the Gadget Show Live once again this week at the NEC in Birmingham.

TechRadar Showcase Stage

As well as hosting the TechRadar Showcase Stage here I’m presenting my very own show on the Photography Stage all about the best apps and accessories for creative photography and videography using smartphones.

If you’ve come here looking for the notes for my show then click here for a full run down of the smartphone photography and filmmaking apps and accessories I showcased.

Of course, smartphone creativity is something I’ve written about and presented on a lot over the last 12 months, and I’m very excited to have the chance to talk about it here at the Gadget Show Live, as well as to show off my filming accessories workflow.

As if all that wasn’t enough, I’ve also been filming my new future tech trends show, Fast Forward, for O2 Guru TV – more on that coming very soon…

Gadget Show Live 2013

HTC One X Stock Image

Androidography explored on CNET UK

HTC One X Stock ImageI’m all for helping smartphone users get creative with their handsets, especially when taking photos or shooting video.

As exciting as it has been to watch iPhoneography become a hit as Apple’s smartphone platform has evolved,  I’m delighted to see Androidography as a movement beginning to mature as well.

But while iPhoneography gets lot of attention in press and online, Androidography has so far enjoyed altogether less exposure.

The good news is that CNET UK has recently published a feature of mine on Androidography.

How to take great photos with an HTC One X follows an in-handset workflow, shooting, editing and sharing your shots without stepping anywhere near a PC.

While the piece focuses on the HTC One X hardware there’s still a whole lot in there that will be useful to users of other Android handsets, for example the apps and the accessories sections, as well as the general shooting and editing tips.

Of course, if shooting video is more your thing you should check out my features on Android videography and iPhone videography, also at CNET UK.

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