The Guardian are hosting an iPhone Photography Masterclass with Richard Gray at their offices Kings Place, London, N1 9GU on 24 September 2012 between 7-10.30 pm.
Notes from The Guardian explain that ‘This masterclass will take you through the key developments and features of the mobile photography world and it will give you an insight into some of the key apps and techniques that make the genre so exciting and accessible. The guest speakers are leading proponents in specialist areas of iphoneography: event photography, candid street portraiture and landscapes. Together, the speakers will give a comprehensive overview of trends and techniques in mobile photography today.
Richard Gray: The UK’s first lecturer in mobile photography (at Kensington & Chelsea College), he has spoken and presented at many photography events and is also a prolific writer and blogger (iphoggy.com), with a book on photography with the iPhone soon to be published. His iPhone photos have appeared in various iphoneography exhibitions. He is also a professional music photographer (@rugfoot on Instagram, Twitter and flickr)’.
The price for this course is £50 inclusive of VAT and booking fees
7:00-7:20: Richard Gray: how mobile photography is different
7:20-7:40: Richard Gray: the iPhone camera
7:40-8:00: Marina Akwa (@iphonehipsta): hipstamatic: the original iPhone photography app
8:00-8:20; Marina Akwa: creative and experimental mobile photography
8:40-9:10: Bal Bahtla (@mrwhisper): candid street portraiture
9:10-9:40: Jennifer Thomas (@ikebana_jen): landscapes and paintings
9:40-10:10: Richard Gray: editing apps and techniques