Anza Borrego Desert National History Association presents

“iPhone Photography”

January 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2022

Wednesday evenings, 6:30-7:30 PM

Instruction by Sandy Zelasko and Mike McElhatton

This workshop is hosted by Anza Borrego Desert National History Association

Visit HERE for details and registration


Recent advances in camera phone technology make the iPhone a very capable piece of equipment. With virtually everyone carrying a phone with them these days are also carrying a camera. This four session course aims to help you better understand the operation of your iPhone camera and how best to use it.     

Topics will include: 

  • Understanding your camera's phone menu
  • Achieving proper focus and exposure
  • Useful tips, tricks, and shortcuts
  • How and when to use flash
  • The benefits and limitations of a phone camera vs. a DSLR
  • How to edit your photos with the in-camera software and other editing apps
  • Composition
  • People Photography: firends, family, groups, portraits, group photos and candids
  • Travel photography
  • Nature photography
  • How to preserve your photos for the future, photo books, transfer and storage
  • Basic camera phone accessories
  • Class assignments to practice and more

This workshop is hosted by Anza Borrego Desert Natural History Association, online, in four separate webinars. Details and registration information can be found on their website by clicking HERE.   

Note: All images on this page were taken with an iPhone 6s Plus and edited with the Snapseed application.

Thank you for considering "iPhone Photography" for your next photo learning adventure!

Please enjoy the IMAGE GALLERY of BEFORE & AFTER images below ... and see what else is possible!