Samsung launches Camera Workshop for Galaxy device users in Europe. The program offers free guides and sessions so you can master your photography skills. The guides are divided into three different topics including Galaxy Starter, Galaxy Camera and Galaxy Gallery.
The company has already opened the registration on the official MyGalaxy (MeinGalaxy in German) website. Visiting there, you can sign up for the 30-minute sessions that will go live throughout December. The workshop sessions are free and provide you with an interactive way to learn mobile camera photography.
On the Samsung Galaxy Camera Workshop website, users in Europe can find current courses on various topics, such as photography, photo editing, and device networking. Also, there are useful content and tips that help you get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
How to sign up?
- Choose your favorite from the dates offered here and tap Register now.
- Log in with your name and email address.
- You will receive your personal link to the training by email.
Apart from some hidden features that Samsung executives will reveal during the sessions, users can also expect a Q&A session with trainers so they can have no unanswered questions. Since trainers will take sessions, you are needing a second device to keep your Camera beast free to perform actions together.
- Getting Started – Samsung account – Your Galaxy – Life Hacks – Q&A – Your questions
- Camera Tech Facts – Settings & Modes – Photography Hacks – Q&A – Your questions
- Getting Started – Auto optimization -Image processing – Creative hacks – Q&A – Your questions
Technical requirements for the workshop: A laptop or tablet is best suited for interactive participation in Samsung’s training courses. A good internet connection makes you and your trainers happy, and the experience has shown that the Chrome browser works best.
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