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Framing the Moment: Tips & Techniques to Upgrade Your Phone Photography
November 4 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
A picture is worth a thousand words. Correction! A good picture is worth a thousand words. You know the kind of picture I’m talking about – the ones that make you stop scrolling for a second, tell a story, make you think – well, she must have a good camera.
But it’s not the camera. It’s how you use it. And you can get fantastic photos just by using the camera on the phone in your pocket once you know the secrets.
If you’re ready to upgrade your snapshots and selfies, this class is for you! We’ll cover the essentials in lighting, composition, and settings to take your phone photos from how they are now to wow! – using what you already have with you every day. At the end of the class, you can say goodbye to problem photos you want to delete and selfies you hate. Say hello to the pictures that make other people stop scrolling.
About the Presenter:
Erin Sears moved to Catawissa, PA, from Punxsutawney at age fourteen. She studied studio art, religion, and creative writing at Gettysburg College. After completing her MFA at Queen’s University of Charlotte, she returned to Columbia County and opened Erin’s Rays Boutique Photography in 2009. After twelve years of exploring and mastering techniques in portrait photography, Erin transitioned to a painterly fine art photographic style in 2020. Her work explores the power and strength that is found in sensitivity and softness.