MAY 6 // SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY

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MAY 6 // SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY

60.00

1-3PM

If you are wondering how to get crisp, professional quality photos from your smartphone, this workshop is for you! Local professional photographer Grant Kaye guides participants through the lens of a smartphone by sharing his tips on setting up your shot, making your photographs, and then editing and sharing them. Participants will meet at Atelier to learn the basics of Smartphone photography, and then head out on a photo walk through downtown Truckee working from a suggested shot list. Once the shots are captured, we will reconvene at Atelier and Grant will guide students through the editing process right from your phone, no computer or Lightroom needed! PREREQUISITES: ● Ability to confidently operate your smart phone with access to an App Store

PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING:
Smartphone with lots of room for new photos
Fully charged battery
Participants MUST come to the class with the FREE Snapseed Photo Editing App installed. (Apple Store) (Android Store)
The instructor will also be demonstrating shooting and editing in Adobe Lightroom CC Mobile App (which requires a free Adobe account, but is NOT necessary for this workshop).

CONSIDER BRINGING BUT NOT NECESSARY:
tripod
selfie-stick

NOTE: 
This class has a minimum sign-up of five (5) participants to run. In the event the class is cancelled, all participants will be notified 24 hours in advance. Please read our cancellation policy.


ABOUT GRANT KAYE

Hawai`i-born photographer Grant Kaye left a career in volcano geology in New Zealand and relocated to Truckee, California in 2008, where he eventually became a full-time photographer and educator. Grant specializes in landscape and night-sky photography, motion-controlled timelapse, and creative dSLR filmmaking. He loves to teach other people how to achieve their creative photographic vision. Grant joined the Mountain Workshops in Kentucky as their timelapse coach in 2013 and 2014, and he also taught photography at Nevada's Shooting the West Workshops in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Grant is happiest making photographs where the division between technology and art is blurred - pushing the limits of what his gear is capable of to create unique images that evoke the emotional connection everyone has with nature and art, especially when they don't realize it.

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