Photograph and Craft Impactful and Artful Images with Your iPhone
Instructor: Rad Drew
Day: Sunday, November 3
Today’s iPhones, combined with the latest in editing and stylizing apps, provide mobile photographers with the tools available to manifest their unique creative vision. Join award-winning photographer, Rad Drew, as he shows participants how to unleash the power of the iPhone’s native camera, how to create picturesque panorama’s, and shares his techniques for making beautiful portraits. Rad will introduce a host of apps for stylizing images, and show how to add a soft “Orton Effect-like” glow to images. He will share favorite HDR apps, demonstrate the technique of blending images to mitigate the harsh effects of some apps, and show tips for reducing noise in cloudy skies. Participants will have the opportunity to follow along using a list of apps that Rad will provide to all registrants prior to the session.
Rad A. Drew is an acclaimed photographer, teacher, and tour leader from Indianapolis, Indiana. He makes photographs with mirrorless and infrared cameras, and assorted iPhones, and he loves to teach and inspire others to discover hidden creative talents. His creative images have been recognized in galleries and photo competitions around the world. RRad writes for the online photographer’s resources, Luminous Landscape and the new PhotoPxl.com, and for the mobile art network, TheAppWhisperer. He is also a Lightmob Pro and an affiliate representative for Topaz Labs. He is author of the fine art books, In Good Light, Images of the Circle City, and Rural Indiana, A Beauty all its Own, and is a contributor to today’s most comprehensive volume of iPhone instruction, The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone. He is the creator of the popular webinar series, How I Did It!™, and he shares his Topaz Studio workflow with 1300+ photographers in regularly scheduled Topaz webinars. Rad is a seasoned workshop leader, teaching and guiding photographers to beautiful locations around the world including The Palouse, Cape Cod, Cuba, Tuscany, and Moloka’i. For more information contact Rad directly at RadDrew@gmail.com, or visit his web site, http://www.RadDrewPhotography.com.