IN PERSON: The best camera is the one you have with you. The iPhone has become the predominant camera in use today, and “iPhoneographers” take and share more images than photographers using any other camera. This course will enable iPhone users to understand and master the use of their feature-rich iPhone camera. Topics will include: accessing and using the built-in camera app; editing to improve images using Apple and third-party apps; storing image files through Apple and other cloud providers; sharing images on social media, including Instagram, email and messaging; and in-class practice using the iPhone for travel, portrait and abstract photography. In this course, students will have opportunities to practice and then share images in an open noncritical environment. | Lecture + Q&A, Facilitated discussion, Active Skill Learning.
Max enrollment: 12.
Location: Judea Reform Congregation, 1933 W. Cornwallis Rd, Durham NC 27705
Dennis Szerszen is a self-taught photographer in digital and analog photo media. His photographic interests are primarily in landcsape and portraiture. He has been working to incorporate storytelling into his work, and the iPhone is an important tool due to its portability and accessibility. He lives in Hillsborough, where he has a home studio for digital and traditional photographic processes. Dennis exhibits as a member of Triangle Visual Artists group and the Orange County Artists Guild.