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The Art of iPhoneography: Part 1

Learn to us the Camera App and other popular apps to create professional-quality photos with your iPhone.
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What Will I Learn?
You will more effectively use the iPhone camera to create professional-quality photos and fine art.
Understand the use of the grid for composition
Manage your photos with the native iOS apps
Share photos using Flickr Mobile
Add features to your iPhone camera with apps
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  • Required: you must have an iOS device ( ver. 7.x.x preferred)
  • Required: the ability to download apps from the App Store

iPhone photography, or iphoneography, has gained the attention of photographers ranging from casual amateur to professional. This course will guide you through the features of the native Camera app in the iOS, as well as some of the more popular apps for capturing and editing images. Award winning photographer, educator and photosynthesist, Dr. Carol Fox Henrichs, leads you through the step-by-step lessons, in which the topics covered include technical specs of the iPhone camera, using the native Camera App, added camera features, adding special effects, and sharing photos in the private Flickr group for the course. After completing this course you will be able to express your creativity and photographic style using your iPhone.You will also have an opportunity to continue to interact with your instructor and other iphoneographers via our Flickr group!

Who is the target audience?
  • iPhone and iPod Touch owners who want to do more with the built-in camera
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 11 Lectures Collapse All 11 Lectures 01:06:02
2 Lectures 12:44

Lecture 1 introduces you to the instructor and some of her iPhoneography, then defines iPhoneography and provides an overview of each of the course sections.

Preview 08:44

Lecture 2 is a quick tutorial on how to use a multi-touch device.

iOS Essentials
IPhone Camera Basics
4 Lectures 19:59

Lecture 3 is a discussion about the camera lens, sensor, etc.

Camera Technical Specs

Learn what each of the Camera and Photo settings controls in order to customize your apps.

Settings for the Camera and Photos
2 pages

In lecture 5, participants learn how to use the Camera App to snap a photo and where to find Camera and Photo settings.

Taking Photos with the Native Camera App

This lecture includes information on how to use the built-in iOS image editor to enhance your photos.

Preview 05:17
Adding Features to the iPhone Camera
2 Lectures 15:23

Taking time to review and consider some of the app information before purchasing it, could save you frustration and money.

Criteria for Selecting Apps
1 page

Controlling Shutter Speed
Editing and Sharing Your iPhoneography
2 Lectures 14:12
Snapseed App

Course Wrap Up
1 Lecture 00:44
How to Stay Connected
About the Instructor
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Part-time Professional Photographer, Long-time Educator

Carol Fox Henrichs is an award winning photographer and an educator with over 20 years experience teaching college and university technology courses face-to-face and online. With advanced degrees in education, she has the foundational knowledge to create a course which is organized and easy to follow. Jumping straight into digital photography in 2004, she quickly fell in love with image editing and printing and has shifted her focus to teaching others to improve their photography skills.

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