Learn the art of “iPhoneography” at Alumaflamingo! Photographer Matt Larson will host “Getting the Most Out of Your iPhone—Taking Better Pictures” on Friday 2/27, at noon, in the Ken Clark building.
The four-hour class will include an instructional presentation, hands-on learning and shooting time, and a wrap-up critique and review of images. “The purpose is to improve your iPhone photography skills, and discover apps that allow you to shoot and edit on the fly,” said Matt.
Photographer Matt Larson and Rebecca Sexton Larson, cofounders of Boxfotos, are a husband and wife “art couple” who work, teach and exhibit historic photographic works out of their 23-foot, 2008 International Flying Cloud Airstream.
“Having a mobile gallery space and classroom is more practical then buying or renting a traditional business space,” said Matt. “Plus, we don’t have to decide which city to live in—we can go anywhere!”
The couple is quickly creating a brand and a national following as they change the traditional fine art business model by going mobile, and marketing their own artwork. Boxfotos has been referred to as “Monsters of Mobile Art,” “Creative on Wheels” and “Art in a Box” by local and international media outlets and publications.
Catch Rebecca’s lecture “Meet Boxfotos Airstream” on Thursday 2/26 (in the Potter building at Alumaflamingo) to hear how Boxfotos was formed and learn some of the historic photography processes they use, including pinhole, salt printing, collodion, and bromoil techniques.
Boxfotos is offering the iPhoneography seminar to Alumaflamingo attendees at a special price: only $40 (regularly a $150 value).
To participate, you’ll need to bring an iPhone (sorry, no substitutions), fully charged, with your charging cable. A working account to the Apple App store is recommended (but not required), as well as the ability to download selected iPhone Apps.
Sign up at the Alumaflamingo registration desk as soon as you arrive; this sure-to-be-sold-out seminar is limited to 40 people.
Questions? Feel free to email Matt Larson at email@example.com.
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