Cathy Cakebread and Robert Kato present: iPhone Creativity: Essentials
October 20 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
October 20 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Chapman Room, Sunset Center, Carmel, CA
Member price $150.
Nonmember price $175.
The workshop is limited to 10 participants in each session.
© Robert Kato and Cathy Cakebread. All rights reserved.
With the introduction of the iPhone 4, cell phones are not just for phone calls
anymore. The quality of the camera and the thousands of photography apps that
are available have turned the iPhone into a real camera and a tool for taking,
processing, and distributing images. It has changed the way we see, increased
the creative potential for our images, and created an ever-present source of
inspiration. This hands-on workshop will provide you with opportunities to:
Cathy Cakebread is a photographer and high tech consultant. She has
been taking photographs for as long as she can remember, starting with her
Kodak Brownie, then on to a Polaroid Swinger, then a DSLR and now with
her iPhone. Photography has provided her with a chance to see the world in
a different way — to note the details and the wonders of nature, to appreciate a
beautiful sunset, to see sunlight filtering through the petals of a flower, and to
notice the texture of a rock and the jewels of pebbles on the beach. While her
vocation is as a financial software consultant, photography is her passion and
allows her to connect with what is really important to her.
- Learn about this new genre of photography
- Take better images with your iPhone
- Use your iphone to explore different ways of seeing
- Interpret your images in new ways using iPhone apps
- Complete hands-on photo editing using your iPhone
- Perform an actual photo shoot using your iPhone
- Be inspired!
Robert Kato has been capturing fine art photography images for
over three decades. His formal art education has provided him with a strong
foundation in the art of seeing, and visual communication. His photographic
journey began soon after he developed his first roll of film and watched his
first print "magically" appear in the developer tray. That magic reappeared with
the advent of digital photography and Adobe Photoshop. Photoshop helped to
satisfy his unfulfilled ambition of becoming a serious painter. Now, the stylus
has become his brush, and the monitor his canvas. The final realization of
his photographic imagery is created using alternative and traditional digital
printmaking techniques. Presently, he works as a post-production consultant,
master digital printmaker and educator.
His formal training was at the Art Center College of Design. Images have been acquired by Santa Barbara Museum of Art. He is currently
represented by Modernbook Gallery, San Francisco.
Please Note: This workshop is designed only for iPhone4 and above.
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