I’m Erdal Caba, a CCAL member and currently scheduled to teach an iPhone photography class March 19 & 20 at the Arts & Crafts room at Crooked Creek Park.
I’ve been teaching this course for 4 years at many Local Art Centers around South Carolina and the Village Artists Gallery where I display and sell my photographs.
This class is for people with all iPhones up to including the new iPhone 13 series. I found that 80-90% of my students did not know know how to take advantage of all the features of the iPhone and the power they have.
My class covers:
All the camera features and how to use them.
Tips & tricks with little known features.
How to incorporate easy to use third party camera and editing Apple apps to take your photography to another level
How to edit your old and new photos.
This is a very interactive class to optimize learning. If weather permits we’ll go outside and practice what you learned. If not we’ll look for opportunities at the park.
I’m a professional photographer and l use my iPhone 75% of the time. I have placed or won many times in photography competitions using my iPhone competing against photographers using Nikons, Canons, etc.
I will also teach you how to use your iPhone to take better travel, macro and landscape photos. Make your travel photos really stand out like the Eiffel Tower below.
My goal is to make this class fun. Hope you can join me.
Learn more and register HERE.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Erdal CabaI retired in April 2017 after 40 years in nuclear power. I immediately put a majority of my time into photography which has always been a passion of mine. I became a member of TAG, Columbia Camera Club, Carolina Nature Photographers Association and most recently CCAL. In December 2017, I was accepted into the Village Artists Gallery in Sandhills where my work is still on display. The gallery has a classroom in back which I wanted to take advantage of. I saw a big hole in the knowledge of the iPhone camera features and applications, editing and basic photography principles. I noticed that even professional photographers struggle with this using their smartphones.