Better iPhone Photos! $175.00 

iPhone Photography Redefined  |  Feb. 22, Mar. 14, Apr. 4, May 16  |  9:30am-3:30pm  

Lurking somewhere in your iPhone is a nice little camera. It is rather shy, yet it has a creative heart and so do you. I want to personally introduce the two of you and then teach you how to use this camera the way a photographer uses a camera. This will go a long way to making your everyday photos better and more satisfying.

This phone is literally and contextually close to our hearts, we are using photography everyday, yet we do so haphazardly. This class explores the basics of owning and operating your iPhone. More importantly, I introduce the best practices of photography you can use. I have been teaching regular folks camera technology at PhotoTrainer where there are 10 (that’s TEN) YELP stickers on the studio window. Learning the basics of camerawork will turn your camera, ANY camera, into an instrument. You in turn, can make your images musical. It is easy to find this muse and it’s fun. Sign up today!

Note: If you are looking for cloying add-on apps, “artistic filters”, visual gewgaws, text balloons, and emojis to adorn your photos please look elsewhere. This is a photography class and…this is an iPhone class specifically. Nevertheless, If you are confident in your alien camera photo functions I will be happy to adding you to the class. ~TEU

For the best learning environment, we limit this class size to eight. Please note this workshop teaches the iPhone camera and its alien derivatives. You need one of these cameras to attend. Whoever thought our phones would live in our pockets and also sport a 12mb camera?

“Photography appears to be an easy activity; in fact it is a varied and ambiguous process in which the only common denominator among its practitioners is in the instrument”. – Henri Cartier-Bresson

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Bay in Winter Dusk

Shot with the iPhone 11 Pro

Fedex Alley

Made with iPhone 11 Pro

Cool 1950s Space Lamp

Shot on the iPhone Pro!

Thanksgiving Cheese Board

Shot on the iPhone Pro.