Teacher: Caroline Savage
Fee: $40 ($45 non-members)
Materials Fee: $10
Sept. 13, 20, 27
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Your iPhone can do a lot more then make calls and send text messages; it is a fun and versatile camera. In this workshop, you’ll start by learning the fundamentals of the iphone camera, understanding the essentials of photography —light and composition and finding your story. We could possibly investigate iMovie.
You’ll have time for hands-on shooting, experiment with photo editing apps, including apps that can mimic a wide array of films and photographic processes. You’ll also learn how to share and save your images most effectively, and various printing options.
Students are should have an iPhone 5/5s or later and an Instagram account.
Materials to Bring:
Late-model iPhone (iPhone 5, iPhone 6, 6+, 6S, 7)
Charging cords and plugin bricks/or external batteries will be needed for field trips
Be prepared to download from 1-3 apps for use during the class. (More closer to class start)
We will print images during the last 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.