Photo by Ellen Foust
Editing on the Go
Introduction to Mobile Post-processing
Monday, July 27th
Remote Meeting (See Instructions)
While many photographers choose to edit their images in Lightroom and Photoshop, Ellen Foust has made a conscious decision to limit herself (mostly) to Snapseed, a free app she uses on her iPhone. Join the conversation as Ellen explains why she has chosen to be a mobile photographer, using her iPhone for both taking and editing her images. She’ll demonstrate the editing muscle of Snapseed, a free mobile app for IOS and Android devices, using the four images edited by Newton Camera Club members for the July 6th meeting. Time permitting, she’ll also introduce you to several other popular mobile editing apps. You will come away with an understanding of her mobile photography workflow and an exposure to many apps you will enjoy experimenting with yourself!
Remote Meeting via Zoom. The link will be sent to you via email.
Ellen Foust is an artist and photographer with a passion for teaching. She received an MA in art history from Rutgers University and studied photography at the New England School of Photography. She currently teaches mobile photography and editing at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she is a full-time educational consultant to faculty teaching online. Ellen’s bold, graphical photographs explore the interactions of light and weather on a scene or object. They have been featured in solo exhibitions and have won awards in online photo competitions. Her images of Bullough’s Pond, Newton, are featured on an artist’s page on the Newton Conservator’s website and on Instagram.
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