Learn to edit your smartphone photos for impact at latest Techgoondu workshop

July 10th, 2019 | by Techgoondu
Learn to edit your smartphone photos for impact at latest Techgoondu workshop
PHOTO: Wilson Wong

So, you’ve taken the best photo you think you’ve taken on your smartphone and you’re all ready to send it in for a photography contest. Hold on a second, have you edited it yet?

The best looking photos are often “touched up”, say, to improve their brightness or contrast, to make the most important elements stand out. Sometimes, you may have to add more light to the darker areas in a photo, for example.

Learn the tips and tricks needed to produce the best results that do justice to the hard work you have put in to get the shots.

Come to the Techgoondu x Huawei Finding the Spotlight workshop on July 15, 2019 to see how simple tools on your smartphone can improve your photos. And join us for dinner while doing so at Kith Cafe @ Millennial Walk.

Learning from our guides, you can then pick your best shots to enter the Huawei Next-Image mobile photography awards. The grand prize for the international contest is US$20,000 and a trip to Paris, where the awards will be held later this year.

UPDATE: Thank you everyone for your interest in the workshop. The limited slots are filled for Monday, so we hope you can just us in our future Reader Experience events.

What: Techgoondu Finding the Spotlight 2019 workshop
When: July 15, 2019, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: Kith Cafe @ Millennial Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, 01-44/45, Singapore 039596

Terms & conditions:
1. The event is open to Singapore residents who are above 18 years of age.
2. Please sign up for your friends if they are coming with you, because each form submission entitles only one person to attend the event.
3. If the session is full, we may request that you attend another session in future.
4. We reserve the right to turn away persons who have not signed up to the event in advance.
5. By signing up for the event, you agree to regular reader updates sent via e-mail to Techgoondu readers.

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