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iPhone Photo App Lab w/ GLENDA GENTRY & DANIEL PATRICK
March 7, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
“So many apps. So little time. Which ones to choose?”
The App Lab grows out of OHCA’s “Seeing with the iPhone” class and builds on use of the iPhone’s always-improving “native camera” and its numerous functions. We’ll explore several excellent, photo-based applications that lend themselves specifically to creative image making and will provide opportunities to become experienced in use of Snapseed, Camera+, TouchRetouch, and others. Familiarity with the native camera will be an advantage but is not required.
The laboratory environment will include several presentations and will provide opportunities for examination of these apps to encourage individual and group experimentation. Participants will need to purchase 4 or 5 low cost applications plus a thumb drive.
8 students max.
$150 or $120 OHCA members
Members, please enter coupon code MEMBER upon checkout to receive your membership discount.
Wednesdays: March 7, 21, 28 and April 4
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Glenda Gentry loves making photographs, both digital and analog. She studied photography at the San Francisco Art Institute, participated in the Ansel Adams Workshop, and has studied with Paul Caponigro, Linda Connor, and Michael Kenna. She taught photography for about 15 years at Redwood High in Larkspur. Glenda collects photographs and photobooks. Currently, she has set her other cameras aside and is using her iPhone exclusively. She has facilitated at OH since 2016 with the “Seeing with the iPhone” class. She is a member of the O’Hanlon Photo Group, the Photo Fourm and the Artists of Mt. Tam. See some of her recent images at www.mounttamartists.org/artists/glenda-gentry. She loves the iPhone!
A few years ago Daniel Patrick began to take photos exclusively with his iPhone. “The ease, exceptional quality and photo-journalistic opportunity quickly became apparent. By using special apps I was often able to re-interpret the image to make it unique and personal.” To see some of his photos go to https://www.murphyproductions.com/photos