Class

Oct 14 - Intro to Smartphone Photography with Kris Kelley

Today, photography is more accessible than ever in history. Through incredible advances in technology, cameras have gone from weighing hundreds of pounds and requiring hours to develop a single photo, to being as small as a pinhead and capturing dozens of photos in an instant. Thanks to smartphones with built-in cameras, everyone has the opportunity to be a photographer!

In this one hour course, learn how to use your smartphone to capture stunning photos and expand your creative horizons. In addition to learning how to use your smartphone's camera in ways you never knew possible, you will learn the foundational elements of great photography: lighting, composition, color, and editing. 

At the end of the class, students are invited to participate in our 7 day smartphone photography challenge, culminating in a curated virtual gallery to be displayed on our website.

Format: Taught LIVE via Zoom

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 14, 12-1 pm

Suggested Donation: $25 (see Registration Info in box at upper right)

Photo credit: Kris Kelley. “This is one of my favorite smartphone photos of my mother's cat when he was a kitten. I use this photo as an example for lighting and composition throughout the lesson.”



Registration Info

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Pick one of these three choices:

  • Single Registration - Recommended donation for one person to take class = $25.
  • Pay It Forward - You may pay for yourself & make an additional donation for someone else who may not currently be able to afford the class on their own = $50
  • Pay What You Can - If you can't pay the full $25, please contribute any amount you are able. Thank you!

RiverArts is committed to accessible programming and to compensating artists and instructors fairly. We are offering virtual classes on a 'pay what you can' basis. Those with limited funds are welcome to enjoy full access to the class for a small donation. Those who are able are invited to pay more, to support access to art experiences for all.

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