Are you ready to go beyond simple snapshots?
Do you want to up your iPhone photography game?
Are you eager for image ideas and inspiration?
Join us for…
Beginning iPhone Photography:
Unleash the Power of your Pocket Camera
with Ryn Clarke
This live, in-person workshop is a deep dive into your iPhone camera. You’ll learn its features and capabilities in a structured manner, and then you’ll get your creative juices flowing as you put your newfound skills to use.
At the end of class, you’ll receive an extensive collection of handouts to refer back to as needed.
The workshop will be held on:
Saturday, June 18th
* You are welcome to arrive at noon for an optional brown bag picnic!
Held at Copper Leaf Studios on a private farm in Ashtabula, Ohio,
this workshop will be an in-person, live event.
Refreshments will be provided –
come ready to get away and get creative!
~ the hidden features of your iPhone that can elevate your imagery
~ creative compositional techniques to make your photos engaging
~ how to convert color images to stunning black and white
~ free apps you can use to enhance your images even further
This in-person class will give you an opportunity to…
~ challenge your imagination within a creative setting
~ put your new skills immediately into practice
~ receive personalized feedback from the instructor
~ interact with creative like minds
All while surrounded by nature in a relaxed, hustle-free setting.
Best of all…
Reserve your spot by June 4 and bring a friend for half price!
The class is taught by Ryn Clarke, a visual artist, photographer, and educator from Cleveland, Ohio. Besides teaching beginner and intermediate iPhone workshops around the country, she also experiments with different techniques in her artwork, including nature compositing, gold leaf, embroidered photographs, photopolymer gravure, and hand-colored prints.
Questions & Answers:
Who is this class for? Do I have to be a photographer?
This class is for anyone who takes pictures with their iPhone and would like to take it up a notch! It is geared toward beginner and intermediate users.
Do I need an iPhone? What if I have an Android (or other device)?
This class will focus on the iPhone features, although Android users may pick up some creative ideas as well.
Do I need to have computer/iPad skills?
No, everything you’ll learn will be on your iPhone. Although I will provide a few suggestions on programs/apps you can use on your computer or iPad, these are optional and not a core part of the class.