iPhone Photography 101 Workshop: 1 Session
Amy Patick is a Ph.D. scientist who has spent her career in the pharmaceutical industry studying viruses and looking for drugs to treat disease caused by viruses. As a former wood carver and custom wood furniture maker, Amy has also dabbled in stained glass and ceramics and is currently focusing on her lifelong passion of photography. Amy is drawn to photography to capture the spiritual essence of sights and places and the translation of shadows and reflections into feelings that, like viruses, are not necessarily assumed by the average eye. With photography she enjoys capturing images that evoke the simple beauty of quiet places both literally and figuratively.
Title: iPhone Photography 101 Workshop: 1Session
Instructor: Amy Patick
Date: May 18
Day and Time: Saturday, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Description: Is iPhone photography still just a point-and-shoot experience for you? Have you ever felt that your photos lack a little something and you want to expand your creativity and create award winning shots? Through tutorials and hands on activity, you’ll walk away with a basic understanding of the essential features of your iPhone, simple editing techniques, basic principles for great pictures, as well as technical and creative iPhone photography techniques.
Fee: $55 Members; $65 Non-members
Discount for returning iPhone photography students!
Materials: List provided upon registration
Notes: Open to all levels; 18+ years of age; Minimum registration required for workshop to proceed.
Chinstrap penguins in Antarctica captured by Amy Patick on an iPhoneSE
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Returning Students Only