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9 Tips to Improve Your Photography
Number 7 Will Leave You Incontinent

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The very first photograph was taken in 1826 by  “scientifically minded gentleman” Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. This image was taken over a snappy 8 hour period and captured the outline of surrounding buildings and trees. This was a technical marvel of the time and a leap forward for photographic technology. Unfortunately, despite advances in photographic technology over 180 years, some photographs taken today are near indistinguishable from this blurry, poorly composed, and inadequately lit original.

Here then I present a top 9 list covering introductory principles of photography. Please note, all tips apply to smartphone photography, and will improve the photographs you take with any smartphone device!

Top 5 Web and Mobile Communications’ Policy Briefs 2016/2017

The policy briefs featured in this post were created by 2nd Year BA Communications and Media students at Bournemouth University. These briefs were created during their studies of Web and Mobile Communication practices, and was a direct response to the challenge: Produce a policy brief explaining an emerging issue of…