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iPhone & Smartphone Photography Workshop

November 5, 2013

The photography workshop is locked in for Sunday 17th November at Manningham Arts in the MC2 building.
It should be an interesting day where you will learn how to get the absolute best best from your Smart Phone.

It will be hands on with lots of time for demonstrations on still and video photography plus processing and questions.

iPhone Photo processed with Photogene

iPhone Photo processed with Photogene

I have included a coupe of comparison shots. One taken with an iPhone 5 and processed using Photogene, the other shot with a Nikon D7100, macro lens and processed in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CS6.
They were both photographed at similar times, using flash with the Nikon and modelling lights for the iPhone. There is very little difference except the iPhone is 8 megapixels and the Nikon 24 megapixels.

Lily photographed with Nikon D7100 and processed with Lightroom and Photoshop

Lily photographed with Nikon D7100 and processed with Lightroom and Photoshop

Lily photographed with iPhone 5 & processed with Photogene

Lily photographed with iPhone 5 & processed with Photogene

If you would like to learn more about how to maximise your iPhone camera’s potential, here is the brochure and links to the workshop. Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday 17th November.

Here's the brochure with some details

Here’s the brochure with some details

Just click the link below to make a booking:

http://www.manningham.vic.gov.au/action/EVENTSDESC?s=1604824559,svEventsID=90721,pc=EVENTSLIST

iPhone Photo Workshop Manningham Arts

 

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