$120.00 (GST included)
|| Places are available.
||St Lukes, 4 Heydon Street Mosman
||2 sessions of 4 hours
||Friday, 01 February 2019
||Friday, 08 February 2019
||9.30am - 1.30pm
This course covers all aspects of iPhone photography - the art of creating beautiful, professional-looking photographs with an Apple iPhone. Included in the course are the iPhone camera skills and functions, composition, focus, editing, and accessories.
iPhones are the new mobile portrait studios the new photojournalism device the new landscape painting machines the new creative art tools and the new Swiss Army Knife for photography. Enlist now!
iPhone images have won photojournalism prizes for coverage of the war in Afghanistan, have been used by the New York Times on Instagram, and have their own international awards: The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS).
Some professional photographers specialise in iPhoneography and hold iPhoneography exhibitions. In Australia, Smartphone Photography has been integrated into the Head On Photo Festival since 2014 with an annual prize and exhibition that is heavily supported by iPhone photographers.
iPhones now come with dual cameras, optical image stabilisation, portrait and stage-lighting modes, and dual cameras for depth-of-field effects with full blur background capability.
The iPhone an essential tool in the photographer toolkit.
Bring your phone fully charged
About the presenter
Richard is a photographer with Imaging Vision niche blending street and fine art photography, specialising in Adobe Lightroom and empowering creatives through exhibition production management with Urban Collective.
He is a current member and event organiser of the Sydney Street Photographers Meetup group, and organiser of the Adobe Lightoom Meetup group.
Richard is pursuing new career directions into the photographic, digital imaging and creative arts industries and has recently completed a Diploma of Photo Imaging at CATC Design School in The Rocks and Ultimo.
He has recently exhibited photographic works in 2014 and 2015 in The Rocks, Sydney.