iPhone Photography Master Class
7 Have Dabbled
Arts & DIY
Learn to use your iPhone to take professional quality photos for fun or for business!
In this class, we'll discuss the fundamentals to taking satisfying photographs on your iPhone. We'll explore the best methods for using the iPhone's native camera as well as third-party camera apps like VSCO Cam. Then, we'll delve into the art of post-production on your phone, editing our photographs with Snapseed and other apps to explore the possibilities of editing and manipulation on our phones, how to turn photographs into flyers or advertisements, and maintaining a high-quality image through the process. Through our curriculum, we'll also touch upon some basic principles in making photographs, including tips and tricks for capturing more stunning images.
Wrapping up, we'll discuss strategies for effectively using your photographs in social media to engage with more viewers and different methods and apps to achieve your vision on the different social media platforms. The class length will run for approximately two hours of guided instruction and a short in-class work time. Charging stations will be available if students need to charge their phones.
Get the most out of the device that's always with you and improve the quality and effectiveness of your iPhone photographs. Great for small business owners running their own social media streams and for photography enthusiasts looking to get more out of their images!
Students will need to bring their own iPhone and the space to download a few new apps.
All ages welcome
Participants should have an iPhone and an interest in learning photography on a device surprisingly suited to capturing amazing images.
Students are highly encouraged to download the Snapseed app (from Google) before the class.
Known to his friends and peers as Egon, Michael Egon Schiele is a photographer and artist in Chicago working with fashion designers, promoters, performers, and events to create insightful images. Artistically, Egon is known for combining photography and haiku in his Instagram pratice @equallyempty and in gallery shows with the performance artist Erin Delaney.