Instructor: Caroline E Savage, MFA
Ages: Teen – Adult
3 Wednesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., January 18, 25; Feb. 1
Fee: $30 ($25 members)
Your smartphone can do a lot more than make calls and send text messages; it’s a fun and versatile camera. In this workshop, you’ll start by learning the fundamentals of the iphone camera, understanding of the essentials of photography--light & composition and your story to tell.
You’ll have time for hands-on shooting and experiment with photo editing apps, including apps that can mimic a wide array of films and photographic processes. You’ll also learn howto share and save your images most effectively, and various printing options.
Students are required to have an iPhone 5/5s or later as well as an active iTunes account.
What you’ll need for this class:
•Late-model iPhone (iPhone 5, iPhone 6, 6+,6S,7)
•Charging cords & plugin bricks/or external batteries will be needed for field trips
•Be prepared to download from 1-3 apps for use during the class.
Caroline Savage looks and travels to investigate, explore traces of movements, flowing sequences of light in space, energy shifting at each juncture. Caroline holds 2 degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute | M.F.A., Film | B.F.A., Photography Harpur College, SUNY Binghamton, NY | B.A., Art History Fellowship in Media Arts, PA Council on the Arts, 2006.