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University Teaches Students Finer Aspects Of Phone Photography

If you thought taking a photo on your phone was as simple as framing and snapping, think again – Pennsylvania’s Immaculata University is teaching students how to use them “properly”. Professor Flannery explains that “it’s part of our responsibility to teach kids how to use this tool”.

Call me ageist, but I would’ve thought kids would know how to work a phone better than the oldies. Though it sounds like the class will also study privacy issues, and how mobile phones can be used for citizen journalism as well. [Silber Studios via PetaPixel]


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