iPhone Landscape & Nature Photography Workshop – The Holden Arboretum – October 20,27

The best camera, it’s often said, is the one that is always with you – your iPhone. As you read these words, your copy of the world’s most successful – and profitable – product, or its Android competitor, is probably within easy reach. The younger you are, the more time you spend with your iPhone, staring at its screen for a mind blowing 6-7 hours each day if you are a Millennial or a Generation Zer. Every day, 250 million photos are uploaded to Facebook, and another 50 million are added to Instagram. As predicted by the late Steve Jobs, the iPhone has become “the one device” – including a superb camera – that now dominates our lives.  

There are plenty of iPhone photography books available, but so far nobody has produced one devoted to landscape and nature photography with an iPhone. I’m pleased to announce that after two years of research, practice, and writing, my new book, iPhone Landscape & Nature Photography, is now finished and was released as my first eBook on September 1, 2018. This is my 23rd photography book, and includes 143 pages, almost 150 color photos, 40+ screenshots, and 29,000 words of instructional text. The book is available as a downloadable PDF file from my website, priced at $14.99. 


I will be covering most of the above topics during a 1-1/2 day iPhone Landscape & Nature Photography during the peak of fall color at The Holden Arboretum in Lake County, which is one of my favorite places to photograph in the Buckeye State. Participants will receive a 50% discount on my new eBook, iPhone Landscape & Nature Photography. I will also provide an overview of the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, announced by Apple on September 12, which have several powerful new camera features. During the afternoon on October 20 we will visit several of the best places to view and photography fall color at the Arboretum, and there will be a half-day, afternoon review session on October 27 to share our photography from the October 20 photo shoot and learn some tips for fine-tuning, storing, and sharing your iPhone photographs.

Sassafras Grove, The Holden Arboretum
Bole Overlook, The Holden Arboretum

To register for this program, visit the Holden Arboretum website.



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