Extended Early Registration for Aimone Art Services Clientele

 


iPhone Photography Intensive Workshop

Rockland, Maine

6pm October 11 through noon October 14th, 2013

 

 

This three-day workshop offers the beginning to intermediate iPhone user an intense immersion into the expressive potential of iPhone photography. You’ll explore materials, methods, and expressive approaches through a series of guided, hands-on challenges designed to increase your technical ability and visual awareness. Take part in classroom exercises, studio sessions and field work in stunning locations in beautiful midcoast Maine.  The workshop will include lecture, interactive discussions and projects, and an independent project you’ll design and execute yourself under the guidance and encouragement of the instructor. Class size limited to 14, so register early.

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iPhone Artistry Workshop October 2013 from David Aimone on Vimeo.

 

 

$295 —Register before September 1st — extended to September 15th for Aimone Art Services clientele!

 
 

$375 — If registering September 16th or later

 

 

Refund policy:

Before 9/15: refund payment minus $100

On or after 9/15: no refund unless we can fill your space.

About the Instructor

David Aimone is currently exploring a range of very traditional printing methods including platinum/palladium and Van Dyke prints on hand-coated papers. For him, these prints blend the origins of photography with modern techniques, blurring the lines between photography and other visual media. He continues exploring methods of creating images that present his subjects in personally captivating ways. His recent works have been the subject of several solo exhibitions and included in numerous group exhibitions throughout the region. 
 
In addition to traditional film and digital processes, Aimone has become enamored by the quality of the images that emerge from the iPhone.  This camera is now an accepted mainstay in the photographer's toolbox, and it is at the forefront of explorations in contemporary photography.  The iPhone democratizes the art form, making it accessible to so very many. Although anyone can do it, it is just a tool like any other. Knowledge of how to apply the tool, and experience in using the various applications, are essential to getting the most expressive satisfaction out of this capable device.