Nighttime Photography (Long Exposures)

What to expect
  • Learn how to adjust shutter speed and capture light with your camera that is undetectable to the human eye
  • Travel through Central Park as the sun sets to take pictures
  • Explore the fundamentals of long exposure photography
  • No experience necessary
How are you supposed to take pictures with dim lighting? Flash works but only for a second. Blink and the picture is ruined. By simply adjusting the shutter speed on your camera to speeds longer than one second, you'll delve into the world of long exposure photography. With JP Teaches Photo, wander into Central Park as the sun's setting, and learn the basic techniques and tips of this unique photography style. With a camera in hand, pick up light that isn't even detectable to the human eye -- you'll be delighted with the resulting images. Bring a flashlight or use the stars and get exposed to night photography.

Note: This class is best enjoyed with point-and-shoots and SLRs that allow you to manually set your aperture and shutter speed. Having a tripod (even a small one) is helpful as well, but not required.
Key Highlights
Price $127.00 per guest
Duration / Session 2 hours
# Sessions 1
Rating 3 positive reviews
JP Pullos has been a professional photographer for six years. In that time, his images have been published by The New York Times, GQ, New York Magazine, Women's Wear Daily, The New York Observer, The Village Voice and Time Out New York. He teaches photography classes in New York City and has taught over 3,000 people how to use their cameras. His Central Park photography class was chosen by NY Magazine as one of the top ten things to do over Memorial Day weekend.
A minimum of 24 hours notice is required to cancel/reschedule a class.

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