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Workshop: The Art of Mobile Photography

By Louis Trapani - Posted on 26 June 2014

Fire Island Lighthouse. Taken on the last day of summer 2009 (iPhone 3GS)

I’m pleased to announce a new summer workshop on mobile photography titled (fitting enough), The Art of Mobile Photography.

It is often said that “the best camera is the one you have with you.” In today’s world, that most likely means your mobile phone. The art of making images is less to do with the gear and more to do with the photographer. The core basic principles of photography apply whether you’re shooting with a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera or your mobile phone’s camera (i.e. iPhone, Android, etc.). In this workshop, we will explore those principles and what you can do to make better images without spending a great deal money and have fun in the process.


I’ve been a photographer all of my life since my first camera (an old “110” camera), moving up to an analog SLR camera in the early 1980s and eventually entering the digital realm in the late 1990s. Though all the while, I would use whatever camera was available to create images that interest me.

This is a one-day workshop being held on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 4-6pm at the Fire Island School (part of their Adult Education program for summer 2014). Admission is only $5 (paid to the Fire Island School). Click here for the registration form PDF.

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