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iPhone Artistry Workshop: Intentional Camera Movement and Multiple Exposure

May 11 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm

Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) and multiple exposure (ME) images are two of the hottest trends in photography today. And you don’t need a fancy camera to create unique and dynamic abstract and impressionist images — all you need is an iPhone and a couple of very cool apps.

In this workshop learn how to leverage the power of your iPhone to work in this fun and creative space. The morning will start with Deb sharing images created with these apps and talking about how to begin to think about abstract photography. Next up will be a review of each of the apps and how to get the most from them. Afterward we will go out into Waveny Park and practice, experiment and “play” with the apps to get a better understanding of how to create ICM and multiple exposure images. We will then return to the Carriage Barn to share images and answer questions .  

The goal of the class is to inspire you to see differently, to push the boundaries of traditional photography and increase your personal creativity quotient.

Cost is $75 for members or $90 for non-members. 
Please register below, class is limited to 10 people.

NOTE: To get the most out of the workshop, participants should download the SlowShutter, Average Camera Pro and Fine-Photo Editor apps for the iPhone before the course. 


About Deborah Loeb Bohren
Based in Stamford, Connecticut, I won my first photography contest when I was in the 6th grade at P.S. 27 in Yonkers, NY and can’t remember when photography wasn’t a part of my life.

After a successful 30+ year career in strategic communications, marketing and advertising, I had an epiphany early one morning and decided to leave the corporate world behind in 2012 to pursue my photography full-time. My work is now part of private/individual and corporate collections nationwide, including Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and Willow Gardens Memory Care Center. “Homage to the Cubists in Paris” was awarded 1st Place in the 14th Annual International Color Awards in the Professional/Abstract category (2021), and my work has been in a multitude of group exhibitions in the US, as well as internationally.

I serve as a judge and guest presenter at camera clubs across the country, including the Stamford Photography Club, the Color Camera Club of Westchester, Fort Dearborn-Chicago Photo Forum and Palo Alto Camera Club. In addition I teach a range of photography courses including abstract photography, travel photography and creative iPhone photography in-person and via Zoom.

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May 11
10:30 am - 1:00 pm