Eric Mueller will present a program on Wednesday, November 14, beginning at 6:30 p.m. His presentation will be comprehensive and you won’t want to miss this.
Part I: We’re all Photographers Now
- Who I Am and What I Do
- Why I Teach Mobile Photography Classes
- Definition of Mobile Photography
- How has it Changed the Aesthetics of Photography?
- Quality of Mobile Photos
- Examples of Mobile Photos
Part II: Why Your iPhone is Better Than Your DSLR
- Shooting Experience
Part III: The Joy of Editing on an iPhone
- Immediate Gratification
- Encourages Experimentation
- App Demos
Eric Mueller is a Minneapolis-based artist, photographer, and teacher. Known for his graphic style and strength in composition, his photographs have been exhibited in dozens of group shows, including at the Plains Art Museum, the Devos Art Museum, the Midwest Center for Photography, Head On Photo Festival, the Southeast Center for Photography, and the Columbus Museum of Art. He has been recognized with awards by La Grande Photo, the Minnesota State Fair, Instagram, the iPhone Photography Awards, and the Mobile Photography Awards. His freelance clients include Architecture Minnesota, Explore Minnesota, Blu Dot, the Yarnery, Budweiser, Metro Transit, Zagat Guides, Minnesota Historical Society, and WCCO TV.
In 2017, Mueller was featured on Minnesota Original, the Emmy-Award-winning television show on TPT (Twin Cities PBS) that profiles Minnesota artists.
Mueller teaches iPhone Photography classes online for iPhonePhotographySchool.com and locally for FilmNorth (formerly IFP Minnesota), the Minnetonka Center for the Arts, and the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. He has about 50,000 followers on Instagram. Until the meeting you can check out his website for inspiration.