Learn how to photograph gardens and flowers with your iPhone and create unique, personalized images using layering and collaging techniques.

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Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets on Tuesdays & Thursdays, May 14, 16, 21 & 23 from 10am-12pm ET.

Photo of Charleston Path using an iPhone By Susan Bloom
Photo of Charleston Path using an iPhone By Susan Bloom

The iPhone has become the camera of choice for many people with its availability, ease of use, and its increased quality. It is the perfect tool to explore and photograph gardens.

This course will look into the innate abilities of the iPhone in the garden, as well as additional apps and tools.

We will look at the floral landscape, flowers in the context of a garden, and the posture or attitude of flowers. What makes it compelling? We will explore macro photos and multiple exposures with your iPhone. You will learn how to make a floral still life and bring meaning to an arrangement of flowers. We will also explore layering and collaging within your phone for a more personalized “feel” of your garden and flower photos.

Auvers By Susan Bloom

You will learn about using the Portrait Mode to control your aperture and depth of field. Try mastering apps, like Snapseed, to enhance your photos. And we will learn what options are available for sharing and printing your imagery. What can you do with those images once you have captured and manipulated them?

The course will meet online, using gardens local to you and Zoom live.

This online workshop is part of the iPhone in the Garden series:

Susan also offers an in-person iPhone workshop:

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.