In line with its goal of elevating the customer experience for its subscribers, Smart has recently launched “Signature Series,” a line-up of exclusive activities that enable mobile users to enjoy a richer digital lifestyle.

First held at the Smart Store in SM City North EDSA – Annex, it aims to gather subscribers for engaging talks and workshops featuring tech experts, content creators, and lifestyle icons who will share their best tips and advice for making the most of today’s mobile innovations.

The first ‘Signature Series’ was held along with the local launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, and talked about how users can maximize the capabilities of the new flagship devices.

Smart tapped on celebrity photographer BJ Pascual who shared his mobile photography tips and tricks, so that users can snap impressive photos and achieve their feed goals.

“Don’t be afraid to tinker the phone’s Pro Mode to give you greater control of your photos,” Pascual said, pointing out that exploring things like ISO, shutter speed, and exposure levels can allow users to be more creative and eventually discover their own style and aesthetic.

As for perfect lighting, he also warned about using overhead lighting and lighting from below your face, as these are not in any way flattering. He also mentioned that he usually enhances his shots with apps like VSCO, Lightroom and Preview, along with InShot Video Editor for upping the creativity on his IG stories.

“Our phones today have made it a lot easier to take great photos – it’s really just a matter of discovering and wielding all these advanced features to suit your vision and personality,” Pascual added.

For more information, you may visit Smart’s Facebook Page, or @ReimaginePH on Instagram.

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