Getting The Shot
Why your phone? Or the questions should be, why not your phone? I always like to tell photographers if you have it, use it! It’s not always about the camera you are using but it is also about the artist documenting the moment. Be confident with the tool you have in front of you but also be willing to take the time to really learn it. You took the time to learn how to use your DSLR so why would you not take the time to learn how to use your mobile phone? Join me in this course as I inspire you to leave the big camera at home and see life through the iPhone.
Jenny Rogers, of Jenny A. Rogers Photography, is an established portrait artist with delicate visual sensibilities and an innate timing. She is a self-taught photographer who listens to the moment with her subjects. Over the last decade of shooting Jenny has developed a thoughtful, authentic, and graphical use of light and movement. She’s become widely known across Instagram for her earnest children’s photography, in which she captures the bliss of childhood. For 2016, Jenny was recognized as a top 100 photographer to watch by Clickin Moms. She’s widely supported by the VSCO community and Artifact Uprising’s #TellOn series. She has been featured by Childhood Unplugged, Subject Light, The Bloom Forum, Mobile Snaps Collaborative and has been published in Click Magazine. Jenny is also an artist contributor to Offset.