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Private Session:Chinatown

  • 2 hours
  • 200 US dollars
  • Chinatown

Service Description

In this workshop we explore the fascinating area and the unique ethnic community of Manhattan: Chinatown. Participants learn the tips and hints for successful "street/ portrait photography." At the same time acquiring the knowledge of the camera basic, the various functions and camera settings to gain greater control. By the end of the two hour class Participants are proficient in Manual Mode settings taking more successful photographs. Each Composition in the Field class begins with a brief introduction with Participants take walking instruction through one of a variety of photogenic locales (determined prior to the class). Participants put to practice the workshops lesson during this two hour session. During the class, students learn and apply new concepts like panning and depth of field. Another skill is the understanding of the correct use of selective focus to add another dimension to their photos... literally. Much of the time, depth of field is used to accentuate beautiful natural scenes. Another creative use is in Portrait Photography where the focus is only on the eyes. It can be used in any situation to create a more interesting and complex image. For these strategies, I give instruction on both the fundamental mechanics of the technique and ways to apply it to improve the everyday photograph. Throughout the workshop lessons the participants are given exercises to increase their “Art of Seeing Through the Lens” as well as ways to

Contact Details

+ 212 722 7039

185 E 85th St, #19E, New York, 10028

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