Telling Your Story with the iPhone – P0411

December 11, 2014

Posted In: Photography and New Media

Amadou Diallo

DATES: June 22 – 26, 2015

This is the second in a series of two workshops, starting with Amadou’s “The iPhone Photographer.” Students attending both workshops will receive a 20% discount on session two. Students may take either or both.


CONCEPT: Share your story through the art of narrative photography. The iPhone camera is a remarkably effective tool for creating a purposeful, cohesive body of work that reflects your personal interests. In this hands-on workshop, use the iPhone to explore the process of narrative photography, and discover how a collection of images can create a compelling story about the people, places or themes that speak to you as a photographer. Whether your passion is portraiture, landscape, still life or street scenes, the success of any photography project lies in identifying, planning and executing a strong thematic vision. With a series of in-class exercises, photography excursions and an overview of image-editing techniques, you will leave this workshop with the ability to create images that reveal a personal story.

MEDIA & TECHNIQUES: Students use iPhone 4S or later running iOS 8, iPad 2 or later running iOS 8, Adobe Lightroom and select camera and editing apps.

ACTIVITIES: Students participate in photo excursions led by the instructor, daily assignments, discussions and image-editing sessions. Students have opportunities to have prints made of select images.

FACULTY: Amadou Diallo is a photographer, educator, author and technology journalist. He has exhibited his photography nationally, and currently writes about photography and technology for Forbes and The Wirecutter. He has published books on digital imaging techniques and travel photography and serves on the faculty of the International Center of Photography in New York City.

Tuition: $1145 OR Tuition + Studio Support Donation: $1345
Studio Fee: $100

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