Sat 7/26th & Sun 7/27, 9:30a-3:30p in Seattle at Davis’s Queen Anne Studio
Hello and thank you for your interest in our Introductory workshop on iPhone Camera and Creative Imagery. These events are intended to be fun, interactive, and, with a little help, enlightening for you and your workshop mates. We’ll be spending time in the studio and on location. So bring your walking shoes (for yourself) and excitement to share with all.
~Davis and Julie
Goals of the workshop:
- Provide you with a basic understanding of the iPhone camera and begin to take exceptional images
- Learn how to tap into your creative talents and apply them to your photography
- Provide a working understanding of the iPhone’s camera.
- Become familiar with the apps.
- Leave with an understanding of basic photography concepts that include:
Why are some pictures more interesting than others?
What is selective focus and how do I employ it in my work?
How to begin to “see” and turn that vision into beautiful images.
The “Rule of Thirds” is, well, a rule. Shouldn’t it be broken? Well, yes and no.
- How to work with individuals and groups to create dynamic images.
- Never ask people to “smile”, if you want a natural look. Why do forced smiles looked, “forced”?
- What is “backlight” and how does it apply to iPhone photography?
9:30 -9:45 Meet and Greet
9:45-11:15 Camera Basics- Using IPhone/mobile device cameras
What makes a good photo? Examples of photographers historically and contemporary and some opportunities to practice concepts in studio
- Elements of Design–interest
- Rule of 1/3s-Balance
- Decisive Moment
11:15-12:00 Making the Ordinary extraordinary-Photo assignment
Take 7 photos using the elements of design and concepts we have learned.
12:00 -12:30 LUNCH PROVIDED
12:30-1:45-Share Photos and Feedback
1:45-2:30 Editing and managing photos on iPhone and possible intro to Camera+
2:30-3:00 Recap and questions. Get 3 photos ready for tomorrow and acquire Apps
9:30-9:45 Meet and Greet
9:45-10:30 Recap and review of homework (3 photos + to work on)
10:30- 11:00 Editing rules and why should we use filters? Good and Bad examples.
11:00-12:00 True HDR and Camera +
Time to practice and revise and get individual feedback
12:30-1:00 Tiltshift: Time to practice and revise and get individual feedback
1:00-2:00 Grungetastic and/or PhotoForge2: Time to practice and revise and get individual feedback
2:00-3:00 Instagram: Time to practice and revise and get individual feedback
3:00-3:30 Group share and feedback
Posting on Instagram