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What's in My Camera Bag4:46
Shooting New Perspectives4:47
Shooting a Puddle Gram3:26
Editing Tools and Apps6:48
About This Class
Join photographer and professional Instagrammer Tyson Wheatley (@twheat) for a 30-minute journey into capturing unique images of places, people and patterns, and putting your own spin on a photo.
- what equipment he uses outside of his iPhone
- how to find inspiration and capture interesting compositions
- the latest editing tools and apps for Instagram
Whether you’re traveling abroad to a well-documented destination, or simply looking for a fresh take on a place you know well, Tyson walks you through how he finds a unique twist on the photo – from portrait to landscape to "puddle gram."
This class is perfect for the photo enthusiast, the Instagrammer turned pro photographer, and anyone looking to freshen up their photo feed. Take your Instagrams to the next level with Tyson – and most importantly, have fun in the process.
For a deeper dive into Tyson's favorite shooting and editing apps, join 12,000+ other students in his previous class, The Possibilities of Instagram: Sharing Your Best Photos.
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Hello! I'm a producer, strategist and photographer with a decade of experience working in social media and journalism with an extensive knowledge of Asia/Pacific.
I spent 11 years at CNN, where I helped launched CNN iReport, CNN's participatory journalism project. I also led CNN.com's Asia/Pacific team based in Hong Kong. Most recently, I was Communications Manager at Instagram, based in San Francisco.
I have more than 500K followers on Instagram. My brand influencer work includes projects for Toyota, Travel Alberta, The Canadian Tourism Commission and GANT Rugger. My photography has been featured in several online publications and my prints have been featured in mobile photography exhibits, including the 100-50-1 show in San Francisco.
I co-founded HK Instayay, and organized the first ever InstaMeet in Hong Kong. I helped lead more than 20 Instagram photo walks during my time there and in 2012 gave a TedX talk about my experience.
Contact me at [email protected] (I'm super friendly)