What to expect
- Learn how to photograph people, abstract forms, and movement
- Explore, through your own pictures, the differences between looking, seeing, and observing
- Become finely tuned with your intuition and your camera
- See with a photographer’s eye
About this Activity
Explore the world of the infamous MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art) through a lens... your camera lens. This hands-on workshop explores photography through people, abstract forms, and movement. You’ll learn exercises to tune your intuition, how take pictures by following it, and explore the differences between looking, seeing, and observing. During the course, you will also be taught how to better the composition of your photos, and “think” through the camera lens. Through keen observations, you’ll begin seeing with a photographer’s eye, and will have the pictures to prove it!
|Price||$80.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||30 hours|
|Rating||2 positive reviews|
About the Teacher
Mindy Veissid is an award winning photographer and native New Yorker. She has been called an “intuitive photographer”, in that she shoots from her heart, capturing candid, true and fleeting moments. Before becoming an international fine art photographer in 2009, Mindy worked in the corporate world and found herself living in Luxembourg and Switzerland. Mindy was an “Honorary Spider Fellow” Nominee in Professional Fine Art at the Black & White Spider Awards, published in various magazines and her work is exhibited across New York, Vermont and the U.K.
There are no refunds; all sales are final.