basic skills using the iPhone camera as well as training the eye to see from a photographic point of view.                                  

the class is  6 sessions at 2 hours each, in an intimate setting (an apartment) with between 5 and 10 people per class. 

Syllabus focuses on composition, framing, lighting, and technical aspects of the iPhone camera (filters, editing, contrast, cropping, etc. and storage), as well as training the eye to see  from a more artistic/photographic perspective by looking at successful photo images shot on the iPhone.

There will be weekly assignments, as well as constructive discussions/critiques.




Storytelling: working on a series of photographs that convey a narrative, producing a series of six cohesive images, using the iPhone. 

The class is 10 sessions for 2 hours each in an intimate setting( 5-10 students in an apartment).

Syllabus focuses on techniques of  both figurative and literal storytelling  using lighting, composition ,  framing, color versus b&w,  filters for mood,  imagery and narrative.



Personal diary: an intimate, courageous and provocative portrayal/study of one's life by means of self exploration with or without a self image, using the iPhone.

The class is 9 sessions for 2 hours each in an intimate setting. 

Syllabus includes the provocative and intimate exploration of what makes each of us unique through self discovery.  We will study both figurative and literal storytelling  through the use of lighting, composition,  color vs b&w, framing and imagery.  We will be looking at and documenting intimate moments and details of  our everyday life, through use of the iPhone.


March 2018


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