We are all carrying around little storytelling machines in our pockets or purses. Our iPhone cameras can help us document both the everyday and the extraordinary and share it with others.
In this shoot and review style workshop, you’ll learn how to take the best photos possible on your iPhone. We will talk about some editing and processing, but our focus will be on treating these phones as a powerful tool for documenting everything from daily life to exotic adventures.
The instructor will discuss camera exposure and focus control to ensure your photos come out the way you want. We’ll also explore using natural light, as well as composition tips, to make your images stand out from the crowd. You’ll learn about apps for editing, HDR imagery, time exposures and shooting panoramas.
For in-person classes, we’ll practice these techniques on the streets of Dallas. You’ll have the opportunity for on-the-spot assistance from the instructor, as well as your fellow participants. After we’ve gotten our shots, we’ll head back to the classroom to review our images and get supportive feedback from the group. Shooting and reviewing as a group offers insights into your own and others’ photography.
The location for the June class is the downtown Dallas library – J. Erik Jonsson Central Library (1515 Young St, Dallas, TX 75201). This event is not sponsored by the Dallas Public Library.