Instructor: Rebecca Bruyn
September 30 & October 1
10am - 1pm
This workshop is designed for the beginner iPhoneographer. The 2-day workshop provides some basic photography composition tips and an introduction to a few common photography apps with an emphasis on post-processing. The goal of this workshop is to take you beyond the “native” camera to make creative images that reflect how you see the world. You don’t need to be an experienced photographer to learn.
Make sure your iPhone is fully charged and upgraded to at least iOS 9. It is a free upgrade and one of the key editing apps is only available with this upgrade. Before arriving, download the following apps: Snapseed; Distressed FX; & Facetune. Some are available at no charge. Additional materials will be provided at the class.
Alternative photographer Rebecca Bruyn discovered iPhoneography in 2012 and remains as passionate about it now as she did then. She has taught in a variety of settings and has shown at the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Arts in the Addison Gallery “After Hopper” exhibit. Currently some of her work can be seen at the Rosewind Gallery at Sage. Her vision is to share this relatively new world with others in hopes they will be moved by this enormous capacity of creativity.