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Find the Perfect Photography Course in NYC

Find the Perfect Photography Course in NYC

Sometimes, snapping photos on the iPhone is all you need to capture a moment. But do you find yourself more and more staring wistfully at your iPhone, wishing it could just do more than cool filters? Well, for those with a DSLR camera, but who are still trying to figure out how to make the most of its many features, chances are one of these classes will have what you’re trying to accomplish with your photos.

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    Beginner Photography: DSLR 101
    Beginner Photography: DSLR 101

    Digital Photo Academy

    If you went and a bought a DSLR camera thinking you would produce beautiful photos with it… and still don’t know what half the buttons mean, this is the perfect class for you. You will learn the ins and outs of your DSLR and become comfortable with adjusting the setting to produce the picture you want. You’ll also receive tips from your teacher on what kind of lens you will need for the kind of photographer you want to pursue, even if it’s something like photographing every meal. Hey, it’s about time you took food porn to the next level.

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    Portrait Photography Workshop - Central Park - Central Park- Poor UX and refused to refund (FMC 8/2/16)
    Portrait Photography Workshop - Central Park - Central Park- Poor UX and refused to refund (FMC 8/2/16)

    Remember Forever

    Are the photos from your vacation not eliciting the kind of jealousy in your friends you expected? Are you finding that simply pointing and shooting at the mountains is not doing the breathtaking scenery justice? In this class, you’ll learn how to properly balance and manipulate the settings of your camera to perfectly capture, if not enhance your beautiful surroundings.

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    Portrait Photography Workshop - Prospect Park - Central Park- Poor UX and refused to refund (FMC 8/2/16)
    Portrait Photography Workshop - Prospect Park - Central Park- Poor UX and refused to refund (FMC 8/2/16)

    Remember Forever

    If there’s one thing I think we can all agree on it is that there is no need for more Facebook albums of poorly photographed people. While we all love to keep updated on what our friends are doing, there are too many “snap-happy” people out there who need to calm down. Or take this course. If you’re looking for a class that will teach you how to use the manual settings on your camera as well as the lighting and composition of your surroundings when capturing priceless moments with friends and families.

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    Exposure Fundamentals
    Exposure Fundamentals

    If you take pictures only at certain times due to ideal lighting, prepare to be freed of such restrictions. In this class, you will master technical skills such as manipulating the manual settings on your camera to control the lighting and exposure so that you never have a blurry or overly bright photo again. These skills will come in handy because, when the perfect moment happens in the least accommodating setting, you will never miss a Kodak moment again.

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    Photography at Night - Brooklyn Bridge Park (Activity is not offered anymore MDS 12/23/15)
    Photography at Night - Brooklyn Bridge Park (Activity is not offered anymore MDS 12/23/15)

    Remember Forever

    It’s not always easy taking photos during the day, so how on earth are you supposed to be able to easily take photos at night? In low-light scenarios, such as dusk or the city skyline at night, photos might not always come out how you want them to, if ever. With this Photography at Night class, you’ll learn how to tweak the manual settings on your camera to correctly use color and light in taking your photos as well as how to frame and balance the images so that you produce professional-looking night landscape pictures.

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    Beginner Photography at the MET
    Beginner Photography at the MET

    The Art of Intuitive Photography

    All these classes have been focused on being outdoors and taking photos, but what about when you’re inside? Lots of things happen indoors after all. Combining practicality with art, this class in the MET will show you how to take photos of abstract objects, photos with multiple light sources and moving subjects. Also, beyond the technicalities of taking a good photo, this class will help you tune in your photographer’s eye.

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