Photographic Survival is an application that provides the user with a manual that contains photography lessons, exercises, explanations on how the images were created and technical tips.
The application addresses the issues related to photography in an ironic way, also to counter the tendency of society to reduce the world of photography to just selfies.
The lessons range from observation to landscape composition, through identification of the subject and other useful information for taking interesting and communicative photos. The exercises help to put the acquired notions into practice, while a special section hosts a short test that offers the opportunity to ironically discover what kind of photographer we are.
All the contents that can be consulted in the application are free and are added weekly with the possibility of receiving the relative notifications and include examples and exercises and every month a new gallery will be added to browse, also there is the possibility to send your photos and see them published with the reading of the image and the commentary by Elisabetta Rosso, an internationally renowned photographer.
Photographic Survival is available for Android for free with no in-app purchases, but is ad-supported, and asks for permissions to access your calendar, location, photos, media, and files. Below you will find the badge to reach the application page in Play Store from Google. Android 4.1 or later is sufficient for installation.