The time was summer, 2014. The place, my cousin’s barn in Ohio. I was with my Mom and siblings visiting my Dad’s side of the family, many of whom are Amish. We were getting a tour of the barn, one I had run through with my cousins as a kid, and here was this one day old jersey calf. My cousin’s son, showing off a bit, went and got a bottle to feed the calf. My iPhone out and ready, I was able to capture the moment. One of my favorite photographs, ever.
That’s what I love about the iPhone camera… It’s there when you need it, it’s unobtrusive, and it captures great images.
Are you ready to learn how to use your iOS or Android camera to take great photos? Want to begin to explore editing with apps? My next workshop series kicks off this coming Saturday, with an intro course:
The Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon
February 13, 2016, 1pm to 4pm
Workshop description here
If you live farther away, I have one day workshops coming up in April in Hillsboro, OR and August at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology on the Oregon Coast that you may be interested in traveling to. See my upcoming workshop schedule here.
Or, of course, there is always my book! Art with an iPhone: A Photographer’s Guide to Creating Altered Realities is shipping now and covers similar material as my workshop series.
Either way, I’ve got you covered if you want to learn!