Nicole Mordecai, Instructor
Susan Boecke, Assistant
1 hour online session - April 8th, 7:30 - 8:30pm
3 hour hands-on session in person - April 9th, 6:30 - 9:30pm (Note: in case of inclement weather conditions, a new date will be provided, as this session can't take place in the rain or with any significant amount of wind.)
While everyone knows how to use their iPhone to take snapshots, this class will show you how to use your phone camera as a tool to create original artwork. You will learn a number of different techniques for creating otherworldly and painterly images.
The class begins with a one-hour online session in which we will cover several techniques that rely on long exposures - keeping the camera's shutter open for longer than usual. The techniques include panning, painting with a point light source, and creating abstract images with moving lights. During this session, everyone will have a chance to practice the techniques using an app called Slow Shutter Cam.
The following evening, the class will meet outside LexArt to practice the techniques covered in the online session. The instructors will provide props, lights to borrow, and guidance on how to create different creative effects.
You will need to gather the items in the supply list which will be used for both sessions. For the live session, you will need to wear all black clothing (including long sleeves, long pants, black gloves and black head covering if you have light colored hair).
Class recordings are provided for reference.