Take your skills a step further. This course focuses on controlling and manipulating natural light and composition in order to turn good images into outstanding ones. Through weekly assignments, in-class shooting, and the review of the work of the masters of photography, students will learn how to accurately control each shooting scene so to make the best possible shot, from documentary, through landscape to studio-type scenarios. This course is highly recommended before moving on to any more specialized course, such as portraiture, documentary or studio lighting.
** There is a 50% discount for students who completed Intro to Photography prior to June 2012. (?)
9 -Sessions: This version is highly recommended. Students will work on a series of photos that will be exhibited at PhotoManhattan on class 9. You can view previous exhibits here.
5-Sessions: This accelerated version consists of 2.5 to 3 hours classes. Great for those of you with limited time.
4-Sessions: Consisting of 4 hour classes, this is the most hands on option; there is more in-class shooting.
Requirements: Digital SLR or Point & shoot with Manual options (Aperture & Shutter speed control). Digital Photography I is highly recommended but not required. For the first class bring your camera, and the camera's manual (if at hand).
Note: Should the assigned instructor become suddenly unavailable, we'll allocate a substitute instructor.