PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Take Hold of The Mobile Movement Mobile photography is radically changing the photographic landscape. Having a camera always in your pocket with inexpensive apps, along with the instantaneous sharing of visual ideas via social networks like Instagram, is revolutionizing the medium. Become part of the movement by enrolling in this workshop.
World Class Instructors
This four-hour workshop featuring noted author and iPhoneographer Dan Marcolina, with guest visits from Stephen Perloff, the founder and editor of The Photo Review, and Mobile Master Cindy Patrick, will tune your mobile skills to get your photos noticed.
The Mobile Skills You Will Learn
You will learn the essentials to get the best quality images in and out of your mobile device. You will discover how to render tasteful and unique results from cross-mutating apps with a variety of image types. Marcolina has looked at most of the photography apps in iTunes and has boiled them down to show only the very best, including what Android apps are the same or similar. Get insider secrets on how to unlock the top creative features of each of the more then 20 apps covered.
You will learn how mobile photography is different from traditional photography. Plus learn how to get unique perspectives with street photography, and how to get noticed in Instagram. Explore the gadgets and services that are emerging around the Mobile Movement. Get the complete perspective of what is happening now and what the possibilities are for the future.
Dan Marcolina is the author of "iPhone Obsessed", the iconic first book on iPhoneography, and the interactive ebook series "AppAlchemy", and one of the world's most influential leaders in this emerging "Mobile Movement." Dan will share some remarkable iPhone alternative processing techniques and personal insights into this new art form. Co-owner of Marcolina Design, a Philadelphia-based firm with a national reputation for their print, web, and video work, Dan has lectured all over the country about the Art of Mobile Photography.
Cindy Patrick is one of the most recognized names in iPhoneography, having won some of the highest awards available. Her work has appeared in numerous books and international exhibitions. She will reveal her unique workflow in her demonstration entitled "The Fine Art of iPhoneography."
Stephen Perloff is a noted teacher and photohistorian, founder and editor of The Photo Review, and editor of The Photograph Collector. Stephen will frame the Mobile Photo Movement in historical terms. Stephen is the recipient of two grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and his articles have been reproduced in dozens of other journals and he has been called on as an expert to comment on the state of the photography market for publications such as The New York Times.
The event is cosponsored by University of the Arts / Philadelphia / Photography Department. It will be held at UArts on Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. For more info and tickets please visit https://mobilemastersphilly.eventbrite.com/.