Join us in September 2012 for Easy iPhoneography, a two week online photography workshop led by Aimee Giese. On the go photo capturing and nearly instant editing tools have made iPhones the best thing since point and shoot! The hard part is often deciding which apps to use and then how on earth to use them! Photo pros and iPhone junkies alike will take away all kinds of good information in this course.
Class price is $39 and includes daily posts (Monday through Friday) and tips and activities to get the most out of your iPhone camera. Class begins September 24 and runs through October 5.
Registration is now closed.
You’ve heard the buzz, you’ve bought the phone and you’re wondering “What do I do now?”
During this course, Aimee Giese (aka Greeblemonkey) will let you in on her little secrets. Okay, well maybe they’re not secrets, but she can help you figure out how to use this incredibly powerful camera in a phone, help in choosing the right apps for you, even how to edit and share pictures without sending anything to your computer!
Easy iPhoneography is just that and don’t let anyone or some confusing apps convince you otherwise!
- Access to the Live it to the Full website
- iPhone 3GS or newer
Aimee Giese is a photographer, graphic designer, web developer and blogger from Denver. She started in design right after college in 1991, moved to web development in 1998 and began blogging in 2005. Her love for photography started at age 8, when she received her very first camera. She started taking classes and working in the darkroom from high school throughout college, and graduated with a photography minor. Since then, photography has always been a freelance gig, a serious hobby, and one of the great loves of her life. Two of her other great loves are her husband Bryan and son Declan, who share her affection for photography and art – all while trying to avoid being captured by the camera lens at all costs.
Aimee blogs at Greeblemonkey, works at Giese Media and uploads a ton of pics to Flickr. As you may see in her photos, her favorite subjects are nature, travel, music, and most of all people. Capturing the essence of a moment? That would be like cotton candy stuffed into an ice cream cone with cherries on top, right?