SOLD OUT - iPhoneography: Using Your Smartphone to Make and Edit Photographs

Workshop | May 29 | 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. |  UC Botanical Garden

 Botanical Garden

Let award winning photographer and iPhoneograper, Yoni Mayeri, show you how to capture and edit images utilizing your iPhone. The iPhone and other emerging technology have spurred a remarkable shift in the field of photography: more pictures are being taken with iPhones than all other devices combined. This hands on workshop will include:
• How to take professional quality photos with your iPhone by optimizing the native camera, and utilizing a camera replacement app
• How to Edit and enhance your iPhone photos using the Photos App
• Witness the process and follow along through live-editing
• Learn to use advanced editing techniques on your mobile device with an introduction to several apps from the Apple App Store Review of accessories to expand your iPhoneography
• Best practices for saving, organizing, sharing, and printing your images

Yoni Mayeri is a photographer, iPhoneographer, and visual artist. Her subjects are based in landscape, atmosphere and botanicals. She is known for her photographs of people and places that are collaged from the images using digital applications.
Her work has been exhibited at the de Young Museum, 111 Minna Gallery, Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, Subterranean Art House, The UC Theatre Gallery, The San Francisco International Art Festival, The San Francisco Arts Commission, Markham Winery Gallery, The Fillmore and PunchLine Comedy Nightclubs, Pacific Felt Factory, In Space, and Durden and Ray Gallery.
As an early adopter of the iPhone and technology, her popular iPhoneography workshops have been presented at UC Berkeley, JFK University, St. Mary’s College, Rancho La Puerta, The Pacific Art League, Stanford University. Yoni has given presentations in mobile photography at Google, The Computer History Museum, and to numerous corporate groups, schools, and private clients.
Photo Credit: Yoni Mayeri

 $65 / $60 UCBG Member

 SOLD OUT - email gardenprograms@berkeley.edu to be added to the waitlist.

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