Creative iPhone Images Class August 14, 2016

Roads to Santa Fe © 2010 Tina Weitz

Roads to Santa Fe © 2010 Tina Weitz

I’ll be teaching a class this month with photographer, Shelley Wood, at Photo Méthode Gallery in Austin, Texas.  I have been in love with the iPhone since we met, and hope to share with others what a creative and innovative tool it can be.

$120 class fee
$110 current TPS Members
limited to 12 participants
*cancellations must be received by August 7, 2016 to receive a refund

click here to register
Schedule: Sunday/August 14, 2016 9:30am to 4:30pm
4:30-5:30 (optional) networking and refreshments

We are looking forward to sharing our passion for iPhone photography, apps and creativity.

9:30-10:15am Introduction and Overview
Meet in the lobby of the Flatbed Press building. Please be prompt, as we will move directly to studio #107 to begin the workshop.

Students will review how a camera works to better understand your iPhone camera and what makes a good image (composition, etc.)

10:15am-12noon Demonstrations of the instructor’s favorite free camera apps – which are tiny versions of photo editing software! Learn to remove content from an image, adjust contrast and brightness and more. A supply list for free apps to download will be provided prior to class.

12noon-1:30pm Brown Bag Working Lunch
A photography assignment will be given. Students will be given a list of potential sites within the area to explore for iPhoneography.

1:30-4:30pm 1 hour of photo app processing time with the instructors followed by class time (includes one 15 minute break). Students will learn more about creative ways to use their images for personal and professional usage such as resizing your images and how to apply a copyright notice.

4:30-5:30 (optional) networking and refreshments

With permission, chosen images will be featured on the Photo Méthode Gallery blog as a slide show.

Classroom time is held on site at Photo Méthode Gallery 2832 E MLK Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78702 in the Flatbed Building

 


The Instructors:
Tina Weitz
is owner of Photo Méthode Gallery in the Flatbed Building in Austin, Texas and worked as an architectural photographer for over 20 years. Her images have been featured in many publications and exhibits, including The Smithsonian Institution. She now champions the old, new and married processes photography has to offer, and the méthode we choose to express our vision with an image capture.

Shelley Wood is owner of her muse, LamWood Ranch, as well as a seasoned photography and darkroom instructor in the Austin, Texas area.  She is a natural born teacher – from swimming classes and mentoring teens – to camera manual exposure basics and alternative process.  She is represented by Photo Méthode Gallery and been featured in exhibits and articles nationwide.

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iPhoneography in a College Course

English College Offers iPhoneography Course In my perusals, I found this link that iPhoneography has made it to college. In ENGLAND. This Austinite thinks that would be dandy!

My name is Tina Weitz, and I have an addiction. Yes, I am crazy in love with my iPhone camera and apps.

The research I have been doing for my upcoming class on June 10, Addictus ∝ iPhoneography, has re-inspired me all over again as to the power of this emerging artistic medium. Our phones are with us most of the time, which in turn keeps my mind’s eye open more often. In the next few months I will update my iPhone album(s) at photoweitz.com.

For class, I hope to be as beneficial for those who attend as my co-teacher, the talented Energizer Bunny Carol Schiraldi, at House of Carol. To find out more about her ongoing photography antics and artworks go to this photostream link on flickr.

Until then, keep your phone/ipad camera ready for opportunities.   Aren’t we the lucky ones when we get to be the passenger in a car? I love “mobile imagery” at every bend in the road.

“On to Taos” copyright 2011 Tina Weitz Photography

iPhoneography Class June 10, with Carol Schiraldi and Tina Weitz

Across the Meadow © 2012 Tina Weitz

iPhoneography addict?  Look for our class on June 10, 2012 in Austin, Texas! For more details or to sign up go to http://www.studio2gallery.com/classes/

The iPhone and mobile phones have revolutionized the way we look at cameras. Gone are the days of lugging around a big, heavy camera rig, now iPhone (and smart device) photography has made it possible to bring your camera with you everywhere you go. This workshop is designed for you to maximize your iPhone by allowing you to turn simple captures into true works of art. Topics covered include apps you can download, processing possibilities, options for printing, and other ideas you can use to make your iPhone camera pictures really come to life and bear the personal mark of an artist’s touch.

Instructor: Carol Schiraldi
www.houseofcarol.com

Since her first show in Austin at Amy’s Ice Cream Parlor in 1992, Carol Schiraldi’s work has gone on to be exhibited in over fifty juried exhibitions in galleries and museums around the world. Her work has also been included in books, printed publications, and many sites on the web, as well as included in permanent collections. She is currently represented by several galleries around the country and is a sought after art instructor and mentor in the Austin area.

Instructor: Tina Weitz
www.photoweitz.com

Architectural and fine art photographer, Tina Weitz, is based in Austin, Texas and has worked in Texas and on sites around the nation for over 20 years. Once her commercial career was in progress, Tina also began creating fine art photography specializing in alternative processes. Her imagery has been shown around the country and 14 prints from her Polaroid Series have been seen in France and throughout Europe in an exhibit sponsored by the Texas Photographic Society. Tina’s architectural work was chosen for a traveling exhibit in the United States and Mexico with the Smithsonian Institution in “The American Home-Past and Present”. Many of Tina’s images have been published in magazines and books and 8 were selected and archived for the City of Austin with Austin Bergstrom International Airport: 2001 National Visual Arts Month. Most recently, Tina has turned to the passion of iphoneography and showcased one of the first all cell phone image exhibits in Austin, Texas for her ongoing series “App-aritions”.

Supplies: Students (Workshop participants) should bring their iPhone, iPod Touch, or Mobile phone with camera to the workshop. A laptop computer, while not necessary will be helpful.
Fee: $95 plus applicable sales tax