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“The iPhone is the most popular camera in the world.” Apple, USA
Sedona AZ (November 1, 2013) – The tools are in your pocket! In today’s technological world, even professional photographers and artists are recognizing the iPhone as a useful (and even practical) photographic tool. Join photographer artist, Kelli Klymenko in this one-day workshop at Sedona Arts Center on Saturday, November 30, 2013 to learn how to create amazing images with your iPhone! In this workshop you will learn how to shoot, edit and share remarkable landscapes, portraits and the macro world around you with ease. Play with amazing new tools of the trade such as an external zoom, macro, wide-angle, fish-eye lenses, mini-tripods and more. Learn to use basic framing techniques and editing tools to move beyond the ‘snapshot’ and into the realm of stunning photography.
Did you know that stock photography organizations now accept iPhone photos for their collections, too? Kelli Klymenko sells not only his Nikon shots, but his iPhone photos on Getty Images as well. Learn how to take your iPhone photos to the next level in this exciting, hands-on workshop!
You can easily learn to shoot landscapes, insects, vegetation, portraits and more in this 1-day workshop using only your iPhone, iPad or iPad Mini. Kelli will guide you through some quick and simple tips and tricks that will take your photography to the next level. Learn to capture the essence of a place or subject rather than just a snapshot. You will also learn basic video capture techniques for use with certain apps such as Vine and Instagram.
This class is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 30, 2013 and costs $75 per person.
Kelli Klymenko is the Marketing Director of Sedona Arts Center. Kelli lives in Sedona with his wife and three children and embraces all aspects of art. He studied at Parsons School of Design in NYC and proudly boasts being an artist, storyteller, photographer, yogi, husband, father, and science aficionado.
To sign up and see the required apps and materials for the class, please visit: or call the Sedona Arts Center at 928-282-3809.