Ah, light, the foundation of life. Full of Vitamin D, you’ll develop your understanding and sensitivity to existing light -- because squinting just isn’t enough! During this two hour photography class, you will learn how to complement your images by introducing artificial light using a flash. Beginning with your basic tools for photography (the eyes), you’ll distinguish the hardness, intensity, and color of light. From there, expand your range of imagery using enhancements such as flash. Be comfortable with lighting for any kind of photography.
Note: Weather-permitting, this class will happen in Central Park. Exact meeting location will be provided upon booking.
What to expect
- Develop your understanding and sensitivity to existing light when taking photos
- Learn how to complement your images by introducing artificial light
- Distinguish hardness, intensity, and color of light
- Expand your range of photography using enhancements such as flash
About this Activity
|Price||$97.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
About the Teacher
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.