Christopher Anderson Teaches Portrait Photography For ‘Today at Apple’ Workshop

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Christopher Anderson, celebrated photographer is expected to lead the latest Today at Apple program with emphasis on portrait photography.

Chris is a Magnum Photos member and is recognized for producing astounding photos. His work is regularly shown in popular publications Newsweek, National Geographic and New York Magazine. In 2011, Anderson’s Capitolio holds the distinction of being the first print monograph translated for iPads.

In Apple Stores, Chris will share his knowledge of photography to interested iPhone owners via the Apple Photo Lab entitled Disrupting the Portrait. Attendees can learn creative photographic skills that can change the way people think about portraits, such as reframing shots and obstructing the lens to produce unique perspectives.

Creative Pros in Apple Stores will guide visitors through the session activities and content developed by the celebrated photographer. Labs start with an introduction video, then proceed with the one-hour session.

Today at Apple is a program designed to teach customers educational and creative skills. Since its introduction in 2017, the workshop has helped drive organization, architecture and philosophy on all Apple Stores.

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