It is now possible to take a course in iPhone photography; Ben Green tells us about it. As reported in the Mancunion last week, the London College of Kensington (a university apparently) is now offering a course in iPhone photography. Ah, an afternoon spent showing technically-challenged people how to use their phones, no doubt sponsored […]
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