This course shares tips on how to create great images with your phone. I made this to help people who are at home during the COVID-19 pandemic and unable to get the services of a professional photographer to capture memories during the lockdown in different cities across the world. You can still tell stories and share memories with your phone while you stay safe. If this was helpful, kindly drop a comment and additional tips others could learn from in the comment box.
Oghenefego Ofili is the Managing Director of Teo-Inspiro International Limited. She has 8 years of experience in production of information, education & communication materials, and research, mostly working in the non-profit sector. She holds a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from the prestigious University of Ibadan. Oghenefego’s involvement in media and communication production dates back to her undergraduate years when she started a youth focused magazine on campus. She also holds a Master degree in Media & Communication from the School of Media & Communication, Pan-Atlantic University. She works with a team of professionals in the media industry to provide excellent services to every client.
She is passionate about changing the narrative about Africa. She hopes to achieve this by creating media content that showcase the beauty of the continent. Oghenefego works with a team of creative, innovative and visionary people at Teo-Inspiro International. They leverage digital storytelling to share culture, sights and sounds of Africa.
Her documentary titled 'Calabar Carnival: What the People Think' was nominated for Best Documentary at the Africa Magic Viewer's Choice Award in 2018.