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Take Your iPhone Photography to the Next Level   

The camera on our iPhone has replaced the need for a point and shoot and has almost replaced the need for a dslr. The portability and availability (always on us) makes the iPhone one of the most used cameras in the world today. In this iPhone Master Class we will be moving quickly from making a basic snapshot to creating professional level images. We will explore many of the hidden and unknown features of Apple’s default photo app and also learn about 3rd-party apps such as Adobe Lightroom and Google Snapseed. In addition to making photos, we will push the limits on post-processing and go over the many ways to share these finished photos. A newer iPhone is suggested and a good understanding of your phone is recommended. This class will be both in the classroom and some hands-on in the field. There will be regular assignments as well as some constructive critiques during class.

Take Your iPhone Photography to the Next Level
Item: TIPP1006 Billy Elkins
M   1/30/2023 - 3/6/2023  STC Sarasota Bldg 3 Rm 3-119
Sessions: 5 Location: 4748 Beneva Rd Sarasota, FL 34233
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM       Fee: $125.00


This class will be taught in the classroom and there will be 2 field trips off-campus to be discussed in class.

A newer iPhone is suggested and a good understanding of your phone is recommended.


Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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