DATES: July 26, 2015 / 9am – 5pm
SKILL LEVEL: I – II
CONCEPT: The iPhone has become one of the most ubiquitous, innovative and playful photographic tools in our daily experience. But this powerful device is capable of so much more. With the ever-widening array of creative applications and an emerging practice of creative photographic interventions, the iPhone has also become a uniquely powerful and self-contained creative editing device. This class examines how to use your iPhone to produce images that capture the imagination. We explore how to make the most of your camera’s settings and introduce emerging applications to render the full and breathtaking potential of our images.
MEDIA & TECHNIQUES: Students use iPhone and select camera apps.
ACTIVITIES: We learn through demonstrations of emerging applications for the iPhone and spend the day using our iPhones to capture images.
FACULTY: Roddy MacInnes is Associate Professor of Photography at the University of Denver. After leaving Scotland at age 15, he has worked as a merchant seaman, a fur trader, a bush pilot and a minerals prospector. He considers himself to be an autobiographical photographer, and in that capacity has been documenting his life through photography for over forty-eight years. He received a MFA in photography from the University of Colorado at Boulder. His work explores the relationship between photography and the construction of identity.