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Seeing with the iPhone – Photography w/ Glenda Gentry
February 22 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
The iPhone will be 10 years old in 2017, believe it or not, and its camera keeps getting better and better! Some believe the newest iPhone cameras now rival many DSLRs. Whether that’s true or not, “Seeing with the iPhone,” a four-session class, will emphasize looking, seeing, and creating images with this unique digital tool.
We’ll explore some camera basics, start editing exposures made during class exercises, begin to learn about some amazing photo apps available to iPhone photographers, discuss our photo work with classmates, and begin printing some of our own iPhone photographs.
This Class is now SOLD OUT.
Please notify the Office if you’d like to be placed on a list if this workshop is offered again!
4 Wednesdays, Jan 18, 25, Feb 8, 22*
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$60, $48 OHCA members – bring smart phone
NOTE: Feb 22 session will be held ‘off-site’. Details will be given out by facilitator.
Members, please enter coupon code MEMBER upon checkout to receive your membership discount.
About Glenda Gentry
Glenda 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 is a member of the O’Hanlon Photo Group and the Artists of Mt. Tam. See some of her recent images at www.mounttamartists.org/artists/glenda-gentry. She loves the iPhone!