At the free workshop, Evans and Jensen, who have also published another photo journal together called Tenderloin, U.S.A., will help you figure out how get the most out of your iPhone camera, gather those random shots into a body of work and how to publish them in book form.
For years, both have roamed the darkest corners of San Francisco at odd hours, trying to capture the essence of the city. (And sometimes, Jensen says, that means more pavement pounding than shooting if the conditions aren’t right.)
The #iSnapSF Field Journal will also be feted with a gallery show at Hipstamatic headquarters – the photographers credit the app for the “retro-moody” feel of the black-and-white shots in the journal – on February 23.
Proceeds of the book will go to Larkin Street Youth Services, as did those from the previous journal. Jensen says that street photography can be so much about “taking – sometimes without asking – that it’s a way of giving back.”