- iPhone Photography
October 26, 2017 - November 16, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The iPhone has become the most ubiquitous camera in the world, yet the majority of users don’t appreciate all the capabilities the camera provides. This class will provide lessons covering the fundamentals and use of the iPhone camera’s features and settings, good photography skills and techniques, processing of captured images, and a review of some of the more useful and creative Apps available. Weekly assignments will be given and used as teaching and discussion tools.
All levels welcome
An iPhone/android camera is required
About the Instructor David “Stoney” Stone has been in the photographic and imaging business since the early 1970’s, after completing the course of study at the New England School of Photography. His photographic career was spent primarily in the Photo Lab and Digital Imaging Services side of the business where he was fortunate to work with, and learn from, a wide range of well-known and talented photographers, designers and artists as well as many Museums, Colleges and Universities.
He is on the staff of the Photographic Department at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. He thinks of himself primarily as a photographer of the natural scene, though he finds himself drawn to anything where light, shadow and line are at play. His work can be seen in several local galleries and juried shows. He has led photographic workshops in Rockport and Gloucester and an Ipswich workshop for the Trustees of Reservations at the Crane Estate. He is an instructor at the Ipswich Museum’s Dow Art Program teaching digital photography and iPhone photography workshops.
He is an active member of the NAA and participates regularly in the Association’s shows. He is a Castle Hill Artist, showing annually at the Crane Estate Art Show and a Medici Artist showing annually at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Show. His photography is represented by and shown at Paula Estey Gallery of Newburyport.”