The iPhone, Learn it & Love it! – For all phones, iPhone, and Android
Instructors: Neil and Susan Silverman
Date: July 6th, 2021 6-9 p.m. ONLINE
Today’s iPhones are amazing!!! Learn the technical aspects, some great apps and you will find that your photos will improve tremendously!!! Your snapshots will become ideal photos. We all always have our phones with us and now you will be able to take advantage of these really wonderful cameras!!
We will discuss and demonstrate the technical aspects of the iPhone. We will go over good compositional elements and demonstrate and discuss some great, easy and effective phone applications. We will work with challenging lighting conditions, movement, panoramics, and how to create and capture pleasing and time worthy images. If you are on a vacation, at a family event, or just walking through your garden—you will be able to capture the moment, the memory and open up your creative eye…
This is open to all cellphones (although our demonstration is with the iPhone—Android phones are welcome and users will benefit from this class as well). Older or newer phones are welcome. You do not need to have any previous photography experience. Create stunning and memorable photos with your phone. You can stop deleting and start saving your images!!!! Record and remember those moments and memories with confidence and success!
Instructor Bios: As a husband and wife team we have been “captured” with photography for over twenty-five years — (teaching, leading workshops and working professionally in many venues). We enjoy teaching all aspects of getting a memorable photo: techniques, technical decisions, lighting, compositional elements, and opening the avenues of photographic discoveries for our participants. We have taught for the Gualala Art Center, Santa Rosa Junior College, Pacific NorthWest Art School, Pt. Reyes Field Institute, Great American Photography Workshop (GAPW), Better Photo as well as many Photo Clubs and organizations. Sharing knowledge, experiences and camaraderie is as important as “getting the shot”.