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The Art of iPhone Photography Level 1 with Karen Klinedinst – ONLINE

September 23, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Learn how to get the most out of your iPhone’s camera. Through demos and weekly class assignments you will discover image capture techniques specific to the native iPhone’s camera, explore the native camera’s shooting modes, and best practices for organizing, transferring and backing up all your photos. You’ll also learn editing techniques using Snapseed, an excellent photo editing app, to bring out the best in your photos. This workshop is ideal for the photographer interested in exploring the creative possibilities of iPhone photography.

Students should have an iPhone 8 or newer model, running the most current operating system, should have a good understanding of their iPhone, and will need to purchase approximately $8.00 in apps for this workshop. A list of apps used in the workshop will be sent to students prior to the first workshop session.

4 workshop sessions

Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm, September 23-October 14

Cost:  Members: $250  Non-members $300 

 About the instructor:

Portrait of Karen KlinedinstKaren Klinedinst is an artist using photography to explore themes of place, nature and the environment. Inspired by the 19th century landscape painting of the Hudson River School, she creates richly layered landscapes that combine the real with the imagined. Since 2011, she has been using her iPhone and many photo editing apps to create her unique photographic style. Her work has been exhibited nationally, including Soho Photo Gallery, University of Maryland Global Campus, Center for Photographic Art, the Biggs Museum of American Art, and the Griffin Museum of Photography.


September 23, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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