Don’t know where to begin organizing photos of your artwork and art projects? Do you spend too much time looking for specific photos? Feel overwhelmed by all the tech options? Learning tips and techniques tailored specifically for artists and creatives will help you easily find, manage, save and share your photos.
Students will learn:
How to curate photos of their artwork and art projects into collections How to use keywords to find their photos How to share their photos using albums and website links Important details about their iPhone storage, iCloud Backup and iCloud Photo Library
In this hands-on workshop, students will begin curating their photos. A checklist and detailed class handout with step-by-step instructions is included, so students can focus on working with their iPhones while learning new tools.
Note: Mirja will be teaching the workshop using the latest version of the iPhone software. It is recommended, but not required, that you update your iPhone before attending the workshop.
Supplies to bring:
1) Your iPhone. Remember to fully charge your device. 2) Know your Apple ID and Apple ID Password.
REFUND POLICY: Students who withdraw 8 days (or more) prior to the start date of the first class receive a full refund less the $10 process fee. Students who withdraw 7 days (or less) prior to the start date of the first class DO NOT receive a refund of any kind.
CANCELLATIONS: All classes not meeting their minimum requirement one week prior to class start date may be cancelled. In the event of class cancellation by Schack Art Center, you will be notified by e-mail or by phone and receive a full refund of tuition and fees. (We cannot connect to phones with caller block.)
MISSED CLASSES: There are no discounts or refunds for missed classes or late registrations.
Schack Art Center
Schack Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and celebrating the arts for the enhancement of community life. Glass artist Jesse Kelly working in the Schack hot shop. Founded more than 38 years ago as the Arts Council of Snohomish County, the Schack Art Center opened in April 2011 and was named for John and Idamae Schack, in honor of their steadfast support of Everett's cultural institutions. Today the Schack Art Center is the place to look at, learn about, and create art in our region.