San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Instructor: John Smock
Smart phones have provided a new universe of photographic possibility for both personal and professional use. The ability to create quality pictures with today’s smart phones is available to everyone and the intelligent use of these pictures can be a powerful tool in engaging viewers and enhancing your professional brand. This workshop will concentrate on making better pictures with your smart phone.
Participants will learn how to:
- Conceptualize and develop an approach
- Navigate technical issues such as lighting, exposure, composition and moment
- Explore some of the many apps available for smart phone photography
Scott Mlyn is a photographer, photo editor, author, teacher and a director of multi-media films. He has photographed extensively with an iPhone and his photographs were part of New York State of Mind, an art exhibition at the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, CT. He is the author of Before the Game, a photography book on major league baseball, and is principal photographer for the recent book On the High Line. He has created multi-media films including Before the Game that was shown at the Museum of Modern Art. For many years he was deputy picture editor of BusinessWeek magazine. Scott was also the director of photography of Sport magazine, a photo editor at the Associated Press, Forbes magazine and was recently a picture editor at The Daily, an iPad news publication. He taught photography at the International Center of Photography as well as the Adorama Photography Workshops.
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