04.27.2013 10:30 am
MOPA will be at this year's Photo Video West expo.
Executive Director, Deborak Klochko, will be doing portfolio reviews
And be sure to visit our booth and say hello.
Want to go? Use promo code MOPA5 to receive $5 off a weekend pass. Purchase tickets at www.photovideowest.com and enter promo code MOPA5.
Not a MOPA member? Become one now and receive two FREE passes to Photo Video West. Just stop by MOPA and sign up for any membership level to receive your passes. While supplies last.
04.27.2013 10:30 am
Phoneography: Ocean Beach
Saturday, April 27th, 2013
Cost: $30 General Public, $25 MOPA Members and Students
Ocean Beach Recreation Center
4725 Santa Monica Ave.
If you have a smartphone, then you have the potential to make great photographs. But how do you turn your creative vision into reality? In this workshop you will use exciting, new and inexpensive photo apps to discover the potential of your smartphone camera. Led by veteran photographer and educator Leland Foerster, the up-beat three-hour workshop combines a practical introduction to techniques of smartphone photography with a hands-on ramble around the Ocean Beach Pier and the funky shops near the waterfront. After the photography session, the group will reconvene for a lighthearted class critique of images projected on screen.
On Monday, April 22nd participants will receive an email with more information and recommendations for apps to install on theirs phone before the workshop. Register for this unique opportunity today, as space is limited to only 25 students!
About the Instructor
Leland Foerster is rediscovering the playful side of photography using an iPhone camera after a 30 year career as a film maker, commercial photographer, and fine art photographer. A veteran photography instructor at UCSD Extension, Foerster combines an infectious love for image making with practical techniques for field work and technical expertise. He has published two books, several portfolios and DVDs, and has exhibited his photographs in universities, galleries and public institutions in Mexico and Southern California, including MOPA.