iPhoneography Workshop at YIF!

Top three photos by Zorn Taylor, iPhone 4; Bottom three photos by Kate Hailey, iPhone 4S.

Got an iPhone and want to learn how to make the most of its capacity as an art and photography tool?

Come spend a Saturday afternoon with two professional photographers and iPhone-photography experts, Kate Hailey and Zorn Taylor who have a combined 30 years of photography experience. You’ll learn a ton, have a great time, and feel good knowing that your workshop fees are going to support Youth in Focus.

No experience necessary! Unlike everything else we do, this class is mainly for adults, as it’s a fundraiser for YIF. (Teens are welcome too, though!)

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN AND DO:
Photography 101: Composition and Philosophies
Image Creation: On-location shooting & photography mentoring
Photo Processing: Preview all the best apps out there and 
learn app stacking and beyond
Printing: How to get your photos out of your iPhone
Sharing: Social Media and Networking options
Goodies: iPhoneography resources

Date: Saturday 3/10/12
Time: 10am – 3pm (bring your lunch)
Sliding scale: $49-$79*
Ages: 13 and up; Adults welcome!
Location: Youth in Focus, 2100 24th Ave S, Suite 310, Seattle 98144
Space is limited & pre-registration required — There are 3 seats lefts!   Workshop sold out!

*Funds support Youth in Focus’s free photography classes for underserved teens.

This class covers iPhone-specific instruction. iOS4 and up required; iPod Touch and iPads 
welcome! Workshops for Android and other platforms will be added to meet demand.

About your instructors:
Kate Hailey is a portrait and lifestyle photographer who enjoys the technical side of the creative process, as well as embracing old-school methodologies to bring a vintage vibe to our tech-savvy world. The photos above were created by Kate on her iPhone 4S.

Zorn Taylor has been a professional photographer for 12 years and has a degree in commercial photography. He shoots and teaches photography for a living, and teaches Beginning Digital Photography at Youth in Focus. The photos above were created by Zorn on his iPhone 4, soon to be 4S.

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