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Mobile Photography: Creating Consistent Look and Feel

Joe Greer, Photographer

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6 Videos (35m)
    • Introduction

      3:54
    • Approach to Photography

      4:44
    • Favorite Instagram Shots

      6:12
    • Shooting at Columbia River Gorge

      2:23
    • Editing

      16:22
    • Conclusion

      1:23

About This Class

Photographer Joe Greer (@ioegreer) is known for capturing stunning landscape and portrait photography with movement, authenticity, and warm and inviting colors. How does he achieve that consistent look and feel?

In this 35-minute class, you'll join Joe in Portland, Oregon as he shares his approach to photography, goes shooting in the Columbia River Gorge, and shares invaluable, tactical tips for post-production mobile editing with apps like VSCO.

Inspired by Joe's process and passion for photography, you'll leave this class ready to capture your own incredible group of images. Share them with the class, share them on Instagram, and be proud of crafting a consistent look and feel that you can call your own.

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Photographs by Joe Greer

348 of 368 students recommendSee All

Great tips on editing.
Awesome...really enjoyed this course....hopefully there will be more courses like this in the future from you Joe :)
Joe has an engaging easy manner, I'm enjoying this class.

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Joe Greer

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Joe Greer is a freelance photographer who found his creative journey beginning in Eastern Washington two years ago while attending Bible College. He specializes in landscape, portraiture, lifestyle, and adventure photography.

Joe has a sincere passion for cultivating community, making adventurous memories, and capturing moments that normally go unseen. His journey into photography started as a casual hobby and quickly became a passionate pursuit. For Joe, it became a way to communicate...

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