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NOTE: This Course will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets Wednesdays 1-3pm ET for four weeks

The iPhone can give you a wonderful image instantaneously ….but what can you do with your images once the photo has been captured? Your job as the creator of the image is to push it to be all that it can be …. but where do you start?

In this course you can manipulate the original capture on your iPhone or iPad. Knowing what apps to use is daunting with thousands available. The apps we will use will be curated for quality, dependability and artistic possibilities.

Did you know you can use apps to shoot in the Raw format? Explore the variety of apps available for shooting your photos, in addition to the native camera app. There are so many possibilities.

Once the original capture is achieved, develop a solid group of reliable apps, that you know well.  What will be your “go-to” apps for the “look” you want? We will explore dozens of apps including HDR (High Dynamic Range) possibilities, grunge, vintage, sketch-like, and painterly apps. Transform your imagery beyond the capture.

Multiple apps are often combined to complete the interpretation. Discover what app is right for the job. Let your artistic voice manifest itself in your iPhone imagery. This course is both explorative and playful.

The course will meet once a week for four weeks using Zoom live.

All images:  ©Susan Bloom

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Instructor: Susan Bloom

Susan Ruddick Bloom is known for her fine art photography. She uses alternative photographic processes, digital manipulation and multi-media approaches. Sue is considered a pioneer in digital fine art photography and has been involved in making art on the computer since 1984. She holds a BFA and a MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She was Professor and Chair of the Department of Art and Art History at McDaniel College, in Westminster, Maryland. She is now retired and is Professor Emerita. Sue’s book, Digital Collage and Painting, by Focal Press, has been translated into Chinese and Russian. This 608 page book is seen as the Bible for digital collage and painting manipulation and is used as a text in colleges with a digital fine art curriculum. It has gone into a revised and updated second edition. Sue is also the author of  Digital Painting in Photoshop.