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Students will learn how to get the most out of using manual mode by photographing at night. We will cover the basics of shutter speed, aperture, ISO and then put our knowledge to good use.Please have an understanding of how to shoot in manual mode to attend this class. Make sure you have a memory card and fully charged battery. No tripods or flash
You will learn how to get the most out of your camera as this course will cover the basics of exposure (shutter speed, aperture, ISO), white balance settings, depth of field, and a whole lot more in this 3-hour class. Just got a new camera? Have a camera and only know how to turn it on? Are you stuck in Auto-Mode? Not sure how to get the results y
This 3-hour workshop will focus entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions. Who should take this class: Anyone who wants to focus entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers
This six-hour workshop covers the unpredictable nature of the city landscape. A more advanced course, The Street challenges students to get out and use the environment as a working tool, putting their learning to practice by observing and capturing light, reflection and shadow in the real world. This Field Guide also focuses on color, compositio
By the end of the class students will not only be looking at the world with an eye of a photographer, but will have better photographs to prove it.
Please join us for 3 hours to fine tune your intuition and your eye in Grand Central Terminal. This class is open to all photography levels, and is more of a creative rather than technical class. If yo
Learn all your basic camera operations and get started the right way with a condensed package of essential information. This one-day (6-hour) workshop will cover all the functions and core concepts you need to know, as well as tips on how to get the kind of shot you want. Bring your DSLR. We're familiar with all brands and we'll be able to answer y
You'll learn to master the manual functions of the new class of digital SLR cameras through a no-nonsense, real-world approach. This workshop is chock-full of practical knowledge that will put you in control of your camera, and not the other way around. Who should take this class: This introductory workshop is great for anyone who wants to discover
This Field Guide is perfect for photographers who need an introduction to lighting indoors for product shots, portraits or high-end fashion. You'll learn the basic principles of lighting using daylight-balanced strobes, hotlights (tungsten), softboxes, and how they all work together. Emphasis is on both technical concepts and creative control,
Moving past the basics, Digital Photo II: Intermediate is where things start to get interesting. This course picks up where Digital Photo I leaves off, and introduces color photography, white balance, lighting and on-camera flash as well as composition review, creative color schemes and color theory for black & white. Who should take this class
This 2-day Field Guide is aimed to demystify that 430ex or SB-800 you've got lying unused, or even your built-in flash. We'll show you what's what with guide numbers and bounce and fill.Get comfortable shooting and adjusting on the fly by knowing what to expect. You'll be amazed how much of a creative tool your modest little flash can be. Wha
You will learn the technical aspects of photography and how to better use your camera while getting off the "auto mode". By doing so, we will start to better understand the way our cameras work in order to reduce the amount of disappointing images and non-reproducible results. Let's get together for a 2 hour "Digital Photography 101 - Master your
This workshop aims to cover topics such as “getting off the “auto” mode” and learning how to better understand the way your camera works in order to reduce the amount of disappointing images and non-reproducible results. Let's get together for a 2 hour "Digital Photography 101 - Master your Camera" workshop in Central Park. This class
This 2-hr seminar will provide an overview of what is involved in being a photography assistant. We will discuss the responsibilities of the job, the other professionals involved in a pro shoot, and the camera and lighting equipment every photo assistant must know. You'll be provided with insider information from professional photographers working
Investing in a DLSR camera is just the first step in making good
photographs. Now that you have the equipment, get introduced to the basics of photography and how DLSRs work. In this class, we'll cover the basics exposure controls and capture modes across all kinds of DSLRs, along with their ramifications, which will provide a basis for taking bett
Join us on this fast paced Photo Safari to explore some of New York City's most iconic buildings. Photograph Times Square, the Chrysler building, Bryant Park (home of Fashion Week), Grand Central Terminal, the New York Public Library, and the Empire State Building (at a distance). We'll show you the best vantage points to photograph these landmark
Turn hum-drum travel photos into something to be proud of. Whether you're heading into or out of New York City, join us on this photo tour and learn to take better pictures before you start your trip. Whether it's buildings, statues, parks or your friends, this all around Photo Safari will show you how to find the best angles and lighting condition
This safari takes place mostly at Times Square; you will better understand issues related to taking pictures in low light conditions (ie. night photography). You will learn how flash and long exposure works and how to use a combination of both long exposure and flash to create an image. You will also learn how to take great pictures without using a
Taking advantage of beautiful Central Park, this photography workshop focuses on how to take pictures of the environment (from cityscapes to landscapes). Learn the art of scouting for an image and visual editing. This photo tour meets at the Central Park East (May - September) or the Bethesda Fountain (October - April) to take full advantage of sea
This unique safari takes place inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Although there will be artwork to photograph, this safari is about the use of light. The amazing Metropolitan Museum of Art features many would-be outdoor spaces that are now encapsulated inside the building (the American Courtyard, the European Sculpture Court, etc.). These spac
This live shooting workshop is a window into the inspired way of looking at the city, and is available to students of all experience levels.First we’ll examine some work by a few noteworthy photographers of the Urban Landscape, and discuss how they sought and achieved their iconic imagery. Then we’ll hit the streets, focusing on dynamic framing
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