iPhone Photography with Pei Ketron

iPhone Photography Workshop at The Image Flow, Mill Valley, CA

Photo © Pei Ketron

Learn how to use your iPhone as your camera, office, and darkroom with techniques and strategies for photography and post-processing.

Learn the art of iPhone photography. Relatively speaking, photography is one of the youngest forms of visual art, not to mention one with tools that have changed drastically since its recent advent, thanks to new technological advances. Photographers today often shoot with a variety of cameras, but the camera that we have with us most often is the one built into our phones.

Smartphone cameras are certainly not to be underestimated. They are becoming more and more powerful all the time, and an entire generation of new photographers is out there shooting professionally and making a living off the images they’re creating solely with these tiny cameras.

Pei Ketron is one such photographer: She joined Instagram when it was first launched as an outlet for her photography hobby, and gained a fast following that now numbers approximately 800,000. She’s parlayed that hobby into a career specializing in commercial and travel photography for clients like Adobe, Carnival Cruises, and Mercedes.

In this class, Pei will share her extensive knowledge of iPhone photography. We’ll cover shooting techniques and strategies, workflow, and post-processing—in other words, how to turn your iPhone into your camera, office, and darkroom! You will leave the workshop recognizing what an amazing photographic tool the iPhone can be, and how it can be essential to your photography process.

To enjoy your photographs from the workshop, 2 11×17 prints on Epson Premium Luster paper are included in the price! Please supply The Image Flow with your processed files no later then a week after the workshop is completed.

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Class Schedule:

Wednesday, March 14, 7–9PM: We’ll demystify the features of the native camera and cover a variety of different apps that can be used for capturing and editing, which you’ll select based on what you’re trying to achieve in your images.

Sunday, March 18, 9AM–12PM: We’ll shoot in the morning, and then return to the classroom to edit our images, giving everyone a chance to try the apps in a place where questions can be easily answered.

Wednesday, March 21, 7–9PM: We’ll share and critique our favorite images, and address any final questions.

Price: $300.00

Please review our Registration Terms & Conditions

Call 415-388-3569 for more information or to register.

Three sessions:
March 14, 18 & 21

Who should take this workshop: 

Anyone who wants to step up their iPhone photography game and make the most of the shooting and processing apps available.

Pertinent details:

  • Maximum twelve (12) students
  • Make sure to have plenty of battery power and available space on your iPhone
  • 2 11×17 prints on Epson Premium Luster paper included. Supply TIF with your files no later then  a week after the workshop.

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Instructor Bio: Pei Ketron portrait InstagramPei Ketron is a photographer, educator, speaker, and traveler based in San Francisco. She was born in Taiwan and raised on the Navajo Nation in Arizona as part of a biracial household. As a child, she spent summers enduring the monsoons of the tropics and the remainder of the year running barefoot in the deserts of the American southwest.

After a decade teaching special education in the public school system, she now teaches photography classes privately and through companies such as Creative Live, Firefly Institute, and the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and has spoken at events such as SXSW, Alt Summit, Talk 20, and Start Conference.

In addition to her experience with DSLR and medium-format film photography, Pei is also an accomplished mobile photographer, having amassed a following of nearly a million users on Instagram, and was selected to be a part of Apple’s Shot on iPhone 6 billboard campaign.

Pei specializes in commercial and travel photography worldwide. Her clients include Adobe, American Express, Carnival Cruises, Mercedes, Pfizer, Save the Children, Travel & Leisure Magazine, and UNICEF.