If You Enjoy Taking Photos on Your iPhone, You’re an iPhoneographer
Calling all iPhone users in Austin! On Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 3 p.m., the Austin Public Library is hosting a meet-up to give Austin’s iPhoneographers the opportunity to show and tell about their favorite on-the-go digital photos, whether they’ve been edited, cropped, filtered or not. iPhoneography is a purely mobile, digital process using Apple’s iPhone camera to create photographs, which can be edited in-camera or using third-party apps such as Instagram. Meet up to share and discuss your work on select Sunday afternoons at Faulk Central Library.
What to expect:
- Meetings will be 1 hour and moderated by a library staff member as a show and tell in the 2nd floor computer lab of Faulk Central Library.
- About 5 attendees will each be given about 10 minutes to show original photos taken on an iPhone and to tell the stories behind them (where they were taken, why, how, and so on). Presentations are voluntary, but volunteers will be needed!
- Participants will be able to share by wirelessly mirroring their iPhones to a flat screen TV using an Apple TV receiver.
- Though presenters will be encouraged to share iPhoneography tips and techniques with the group, this is not a class.
- It is requested that only public-friendly photos be shared.
- Join other iPhoneographers at Meetup.com/apl-ioatx.
- Use #ioatx on Instagram.
- Join and contribute to the #ioatx Flickr group.
For more information, please visit the Austin Public Library website.
Faulk Central Library
800 Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX 78701