YOU have one of the most powerful cameras in your hand right now. Try this easy and fun 2-day workshop with B. McCormick and learn to use your iPhone (or any "smart" phone with a camera) and go beyond just punching the button. Explore how far you can take your images — and have fun doing it!
Who should take this class?
If you are an artist wanting to photograph your work, and all you have is your iPhone.
If you are a traveler and want to take better travel images, and all you have is your iPhone.
If you want to be the next Ansel Adams, and all you have is your iPhone.
If you take images of your pets/kids/flowers/feet, and all you have is your iPhone.
We will talk about:
- What makes a good image?
- Lighting….(natural or not)
- Avoid the flash (no zombies)
- Additional helpful apps (please know how to download apps on your phone)
What you need:
1. Smartphone (with camera)
2. Optional: Laptop (helpful, but not required)
3. Humor (super important)
The photographic images of B. McCormick fluctuate between Man-made structure(s) and Nature, creating and questioning visual depth when elements collide. Often her images give a sense of tactile "grit" in the air. Working with pinhole cameras and similar, she captures images that often test balance and footing – metaphorically or actual. At one time an Architectural Photographer and Industrial Designer, B. McCormick is now pursuing her personal work.
Recent juried shows include: Nude Nite Orlando, Nude Nite Tampa, and the Griffin Museum of Photography. The work is in private collections and has been shown in galleries and museums throughout the US. Visit her website at bmccormick-artist.com.
Our classes and workshops are open to students of all abilities and needs. We are currently unable to provide one-on-one instruction, though we will make every attempt to address accommodations for full and successful engagement whenever possible.
If a student requires individual supports, parent/guardian/PCA/teacher/ABA Therapists/etc are welcome to attend.
Please contact Christine Ernst, Director of Education, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.