Introduction to iPhone Photography
Sunday, September 21, 2014 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Description: Inside your iPhone is one of the most inspiring, capable, and fun imaging systems for photography. More than just a snapshot device, the iPhone is a powerful creative tool for creating art. We now carry both a camera and a darkroom with us! Liberated from rushing home to our computers, we can shoot and process our images in the field, learning what works (and doesn’t) to make our captures match our vision. In this workshop taught by Karen Klinedinst, you’ll learn camera capture techniques that are exclusive to iPhone photography; discover which apps are best for contrast, color, sharpening and stylizing your captures; and study combinations of apps that transform your images into fine art.
Karen is a landscape photographer and graphic designer. She graduated with a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She has exhibited her landscape photography in galleries throughout Maryland and the East Coast, including a solo exhibition at Adkins Arboretum of her landscape iPhoneography. Three years ago, she started experimenting with her iPhone to create photographic images on a trip to Cornwall, England. On this trip, she discovered that the iPhone can be a powerful creative tool by using many different apps to manipulate the photos that she had captured with her phone. With her iPhone, she’s able to create a new way of expressing the landscape.
Fee: $55 members, $65 non-members
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Photo: "March," iPhone photo by Karen Klinedinst