Academy of Lifelong Learning

iPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY – A GENTLE INTRODUCTION

iPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY – A GENTLE INTRODUCTION

Math, Science & Technology

 

Thursdays, September 7 – October 12 (six weeks)

4:15 – 5:15 pm

Lecture/Discussion

 

Do you have an iPhone (or other smartphone or even a simple flip phone), but for some reason you haven’t been using its camera much? Maybe you’re already taking snapshots with your iPhone and you want to move into more serious photography. Whatever your level of experience, in this course I intend to help you learn to use many if not all of the features of your iPhone camera. We’ll also learn about some uses of photo editing apps and accessories, and pick up some of the simple tips for taking better photos with an iPhone.

DICK LANCE, an amateur photographer, a user and advocate of Apple computers, and an iPhone carrier, is Professor Emeritus of Engineering, Cornell University. He has taught a wide variety of courses for WC-ALL since becoming associated with the Academy in 2002, including engineering, computer, and photography courses. He is an active member of the Council and helps maintain the Academy web site.