Adobe wants to help iPhone photographers improve their pics.
On Friday, July 29, you can first learn more about the mobile camera that made those point-and-shoots practically obsolete, then head out into the streets of San Francisco with the experts to shoot.
Dan Marcolina, who wrote a well-received book on iPhone photography called iPhone Obsessed and Knox Bronson, founder of P1xels, hub of the iPhoneography movement, will be talking on “Phone Art: The Exploding Digital Inevitable in Technology, Technique, and Culture.”
The pair will discuss with participants the global community of photographers united by these handy devices and some of the more interesting issues around the evolution of the medium and working with apps.
Afterwards, you can take part in a mobile photo walk (caveat: no regular cameras allowed) with Marcolina and Bronson through iconic Union Square.
Events are free but space is limited, you can sign up here.