Contact: Bryce Lankard email@example.com 917-204-8165
The Omnipresent Camera, an advanced Smartphone workshop. The new millennium has put a quality camera in nearly everyone’s pocket in the form of a smartphone. The camera phone and an application or two are powerful and creative tools. Students will learn a few tips and tricks that can make their creative voice sing with this little device. This workshop will review basic camera phone controls, some filmmaking and photography tips and basic editing tips. We will also do a deeper dive into a couple of post-production applications, like 8mm, Hipstamatic and Instagram, that can take images to the next level. Students should bring images previously taken and please bring your camera/phone and ideally your laptop to upload images. It is strongly recommended that students download other Photography editing applications (my preferred app is HIpstamatic).
Bryce Lankard has made images in the south as a documentary photographer for 35 years. He was a co-founder and creative director of Tribe Magazine, co-founder of the New Orleans Photo Alliance, co-founder / executive director of the Click! Photography Festival, and an instructor at the Center for Documentary Studies. Exhibitions have featured work created with an iPhone. His current project, Drawn to Water, appeared in Southern Cultures. Bryce’s solo exhibition venues include Flanders Gallery in Raleigh, NC and the Southeast Center for Photography in Greenville, SC. His work was recently featured in Across County Lines, Contemporary Photography from the Piedmont at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
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