iPhone Photography

Tips & Techniques for Better iPhone Photography + Organizing, Editing & Sharing Your iPhone Photos

3 hours

This is an iPhone photography workshop! Sorry Android users!!

 

Most people these days carry an iPhone or some other type of smartphone giving folks a convenient way via portable, tag-a-long camera that is always within reach to capture a decisive moment, a stunning portrait of a friend or family member or a beautiful scene they may stumble upon. Unfortunately, many people only know the general modes their iPhone offers and then may not even know how to use them fully.

iPhone Photography

 

This workshop will dive into learning all the available modes and functions on the iPhone for helping you to have more control over creating better iPhone photography such as: 

  • adjusting for better exposure;
  • low light techniques;
  • focusing techniques (including moving subjects or when you’re moving);
  • filters;
  • shooting portraits;
  • shooting panoramas; 
  • optional tools & gear; and
  • various tips and tricks for improving your iPhonography in general;

 

and as a bonus, we’ll cover a few guidelines of composition so that your images are not only better exposed, but better composed! 

 

For the last part of the class, will cover: 

  • tips on organizing your images in your phone, 
  • some basic editing tips using the native iOS photo editing app as well as some optional apps such as Adobe Lightroom Mobile, and
  • sharing your photos.

 

Required: iPhone 6 or newer w/ iOS Camera and Photos App (it’s the native camera and photo app installed)

Optional: Install Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Layout, Adobe Lightroom Mobile (If you have an Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop subscription – $10/mo for 2 computer/laptop devices + your mobile device – you’ll always be up to date and never have to buy a new version again! It’s totally worth it. Go to adobe.com for details.)

 

About the Instructor:

Dawn M. Wayand is a professional photographer, exhibition curator,+ photography educator and founder of NYC Digital Photography Workshops. Having published almost 100 feature photography articles and gear reviews since late-2015, Dawn has written for the Adorama Learning Center, B&H Photo and Digital Photography School. Dawn has been shooting travel, street and candid portraits since 2001 and has been working with models and actors shooting portraits, headshots and fashion through her own photography business, Dawn M. Wayand Photography, since 2014.

Dawn M. Wayand