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Use your iPhone as your camera, office, and darkroom – photography and post-processing
Relatively speaking, photography is one of the youngest forms of visual art, not to mention one with tools that have changed drastically since its recent advent, thanks to new technological advances.
Photographers today often shoot with a variety of cameras, but the camera that we have with us most often is the one built into our phones.
Smartphone cameras are certainly not to be underestimated. They are becoming more and more powerful all the time, and an entire generation of new photographers is out there shooting professionally and making a living off the images they’re creating solely with these tiny cameras.
Pei Ketron is one such photographer:
She joined Instagram when it was first launched as an outlet for her photography hobby, and gained a fast following that now numbers well over 800,000. She’s parlayed that hobby into a career specializing in commercial and travel photographer for clients like Adobe, Carnival Cruises, and Mercedes.
In this class, Pei will share her extensive knowledge of iPhone photography. We’ll cover shooting techniques and strategies, workflow, and post-processing—in other words, how to turn your iPhone into your camera, office, and darkroom!
You won’t just walk away with prints of your favorite iPhone images, you’ll also come to recognize what an amazing photographic tool the iPhone can be, and how it can be essential to your photography process.
$300 – Registration required
Additional time info:
Wednesday, May 8 / 7:00 – 9:00 pm:
* Features of the native camera, apps for capturing and editing.
Saturday, May 11 / 9:00 am – 12:00 pm:
* Morning shoot, classroom editing/Q&A, print three images for final critique.
Wednesday, May 15 / 7:00 – 9:00 pm:
* Share/critique favorite images, address final questions.
401 Miller Ave., Suite A, Mill Valley, CA 94941
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