The Working iphone with jim Richardson
(Two 2-hour Sessions) *Class recordings are made available to those enrolled!
Photography transforms us, takes us to new destinations, and opens windows to new ways of seeing. Few cameras have changed photography as much as the iPhone, freeing photographers from the tyranny of overstuffed camera bags as well as the dogged allegiance to technical solutions. The iPhone spurs journeys of visual discovery — and it’s a lot of fun! Besides that, you’re paying good money for the camera that you carry everywhere everyday. It’s time to master everything this wonderful tool has to offer.
Join me, an award-winning National Geographic photographer, for two sessions exploring the tools and learning the skills that will make you an iPhone believer. In this small group format you will find a creative outlet to learn and also get your questions answered along the way!
Workshop Tuition: $199.00
SOLD OUT: August 30 & 31, 2023 ALL Times Eastern Standard (United States and Canada)
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Session 1: 8-10pm EST
Master the iPhone: First we’ll dig deep into everything the iPhone can do straight out of the box, including the new iPhone 14! Starting with basics; then exploring how to shoot portraits stunning panoramas, create impressive time-lapse and slow motion movies and use all the tools built into your camera.
Session 2: 8-10pm EST
Explore the Apps: Next we’ll take an extended trip though the myriad apps that extend the capabilities of your iPhone. We will explore apps that can enhance your work, tone your images, and even add stylistic elements to your photographs.
All together now….
Taken all together combining these mechanisms turns the iPhone into a powerhouse tool. And not just for the fun of it. I’ve shot whole magazine assignments on the iPhone. National Geographic has published stories shot with these apps on the iPhone. Join me and discover how to make the technology in your pocket work for you.
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