Time: 9AM – 4PM
Learn how to produce images that capture the imagination with an everyday tool that is right at your fingertips: your iPhone. This one-day workshop explores the possibilities of “iPhonography”. 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 photographic interventions, the iPhone has also become a uniquely powerful and self-contained editing tool. Students explore how to make the most of camera settings and learn some of the latest and more established applications to unleash the breathtaking potential of our images.
Students use iPhones and select camera apps to capture, edit and catalog images.
Students learn through demonstrations of emerging applications for the iPhone and spend the day using them to capture and edit images.
Amber Bracken’s work focuses on the intersection of photography, journalism and public service with a special focus on issues affecting Indigenous people. She is the recipient of the 2018 Infinity Prize from the International Centre of Photography in New York, NY. Amber’s work has been exhibited internationally and published extensively, including in The New York Times and National Geographic.