Michael Clawson Speaks at Macworld 2014 - Creative iPhone Portraitures
Michael Clawson, Chief Fish, Big Fish Creations
The mobile photography movement is here to stay. The iPhone in particular has forged new pathways into creative photography once only achieved by a high-end DSLR cameras combined with the editing power of Photoshop. Still life and landscape photography with an iPhone is fairly straightforward, but, one of the most challenging, yet rewarding types of photography is portrait photography. Keeping your subject relaxed and natural is very important during your initial photo session, but, paying attention to the details that can be enhanced later in post-production is equally important. In this session you’ll learn how to handle both.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone interested in producing better portrait photos with their iPhone.
Attendees Will Learn:
Shooting, posing, lighting, framing, and cropping techniques. Other techniques demonstrated will include burst-mode photography, depth of field, simulated depth of field, color tones, moods, focus, drama, creative dynamics and artistic approaches. Attendees will learn how to post-process and enhance their portrait shots with powerful portrait editing and artistic iPhone applications. This session will also include a live model for real-world demonstrations.
Michael will be speaking Thursday, March 27th, 204 from 3 to 3:45 pm.
For more information about this event, click here.
In addition, Michael has partnered with the developers of Facetune to give live demos of their amazing app on the show floor in the Appalooza area Thursday-Saturday, March 27-29th. Michael will be joined by two of his creative colleagues, Sally Cox and John Agcaoili, who will also be demoing their take on the app. It should be a lot of fun, and a great place for attendees to learn about Facetune, which is aimed squarely at iPhone/iPad Portrait photography and editing.