Crash Course: iPhoneography 101
Jan
27
2:30 PM14:30

Crash Course: iPhoneography 101

Wanna learn how to take better smartphone pics?  We'll give you a rundown of the critical features of your sophisticated camera phone, as well as how to tweak composition and shooting options to get well-lit, beautiful photographs.  Your phone is a powerful camera computer and one of the most useful, accessible and available pieces of photographic equipment ever made.  Maximize it!

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The Analog Film Lab
Jan
28
10:00 AM10:00

The Analog Film Lab

This 8-hour intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day.  You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter, then we'll each shoot a roll of film in the surrounding neighborhood. From there you’ll learn how to process the exposed film using a film reel and developing tank, and start making contact prints.  Finally, we’ll be enlarging negatives onto traditional darkroom paper, so that you can take home beautiful 8x10 prints that you’ve made entirely on your own.

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1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Jan
28
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

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Crash Course: Camera Basics
Feb
3
11:00 AM11:00

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

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Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portraits
Feb
3
2:30 PM14:30

Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portraits

In just a few hours, we'll show you how to take awesome portraits of the people you love, including how to find the most flattering natural and available light, how different focal lengths will affect the dimensions of the human face, how to get comfortable photographing people and how to put your subjects at ease.  Get a crash course in taking beautiful, revealing portraits, and capture the moments you'll want to remember.

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1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!
Feb
4
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light! challenges students to observe, perceive and manipulate light and shadow to help make unique photographs that inspire the imagination.  By utilizing a 5-hour class structure, we'll be able to watch and photograph sunlight change throughout the day and discuss its effects on street scenes, architecture and portrait environments.   You'll deepen your understanding of light and how it reacts to different situations--a critical training for capturing powerful imagery.  Through gaining a better appreciation for how light can shape the image, we can push our creativity to greater depths.  

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1 Day Workout: Color Calisthenics!
Feb
11
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Color Calisthenics!

This one-day class invites you to think critically about color in your photographs.  We'll briefly overview the history of color photography, from early trials in 3-color process by Thomas Sutton to the digital pixel palettes of today's Photoshop world.  Then we'll go hands-on, making photographic stories that challenge our interpretation of color.  You'll discover what makes a great color vs black & white photograph, and become familiar with critical terms like luminance, saturation and hue. 

View Event →
Crash Course: Pinhole Photography
Feb
11
1:00 PM13:00

Crash Course: Pinhole Photography

Go back to the basics and learn about the origins of photography. The camera obscura, or pinhole camera, strips photography of all the fancy gears and gadgets breaking it down to its bare bones: a black box, a hole, and light. Learn how photographers have achieved certain effects by creating their own handmade cameras and make your own!

View Event →
Second Sunday Critique (FREE)
Feb
11
7:00 PM19:00

Second Sunday Critique (FREE)

Second Sunday Critiques is a monthly get-together and feedback forum for artists and creatives.  There's no limitation on genre, and all critique is rooted in sincere appreciation for the artist and the work being created.  Each Crit is 2 hours, and the up to 8 participants per evening will submit their works-in-progress for group feedback (priority is given according to earliest registration time). 

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Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)
Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)

Our most popular course, Digital Photo I: The Basics will be covering all the nuts-to-bolts aspects of exposure, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, depth of field, motion blur, as well as comparing different lenses and the basics of composition.  Featuring weekly assignments, class critiques, and developing a final project for an end of class student exhibition.

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1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Feb
18
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

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Crash Course: Developing Film
Feb
20
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Developing Film

In this class you'll learn to properly load a film reel and development tank, and we'll show you the multi-step film development process, including when to make changes to produce different results, and what to watch out for to avoid problems.  We'll also show you how to properly wash, dry and store your processed negatives for archival purposes, so that they still look great many decades from now.

View Event →
Crash Course: iPhoneography 101
Feb
24
2:30 PM14:30

Crash Course: iPhoneography 101

Wanna learn how to take better smartphone pics?  We'll give you a rundown of the critical features of your sophisticated camera phone, as well as how to tweak composition and shooting options to get well-lit, beautiful photographs.  Your phone is a powerful camera computer and one of the most useful, accessible and available pieces of photographic equipment ever made.  Maximize it!

View Event →
The Analog Film Lab
Feb
25
10:00 AM10:00

The Analog Film Lab

This 8-hour intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day.  You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter, then we'll each shoot a roll of film in the surrounding neighborhood. From there you’ll learn how to process the exposed film using a film reel and developing tank, and start making contact prints.  Finally, we’ll be enlarging negatives onto traditional darkroom paper, so that you can take home beautiful 8x10 prints that you’ve made entirely on your own.

View Event →
Crash Course: Color Darkroom
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

Crash Course: Color Darkroom

This class will cover basic enlarger operation, contact printing of negatives, as well as color filtration to balance out color casts and achieve a great-looking print. Additionally we'll discuss proper darkroom etiquette and safety so that you'll be able to use the color darkroom with confidence. In a few short hours, you'll be well on your way to creating luminous photographic enlargements with that extra magic that only analog technology can provide.

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Mar
3
11:00 AM11:00

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portraits
Mar
3
2:30 PM14:30

Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portraits

In just a few hours, we'll show you how to take awesome portraits of the people you love, including how to find the most flattering natural and available light, how different focal lengths will affect the dimensions of the human face, how to get comfortable photographing people and how to put your subjects at ease.  Get a crash course in taking beautiful, revealing portraits, and capture the moments you'll want to remember.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!
Mar
4
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light! challenges students to observe, perceive and manipulate light and shadow to help make unique photographs that inspire the imagination.  By utilizing a 5-hour class structure, we'll be able to watch and photograph sunlight change throughout the day and discuss its effects on street scenes, architecture and portrait environments.   You'll deepen your understanding of light and how it reacts to different situations--a critical training for capturing powerful imagery.  Through gaining a better appreciation for how light can shape the image, we can push our creativity to greater depths.  

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Essential Black & White Darkroom (8 weeks)
Mar
8
6:00 PM18:00

Essential Black & White Darkroom (8 weeks)

Over 8 weeks we'll cover basic film camera operation, darkroom skills, black & white film processing, test strips, contact sheets and negative enlargement.  We'll delve deep into more advanced techniques like contrast filtration, dodging and burning, combination printing, print toning, hand-coloring, alternative printing and more.  You'll complete printing assignments each week with included darkroom membership for the duration of the class ($400 value).

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Field Guide: Grand Central Station
Mar
10
1:00 PM13:00

Field Guide: Grand Central Station

Majestic. Iconic. Historic. Many gushing words are used to describe Grand Central Station on East 42nd St.  As one of the last great living monuments to last 19th-century Beaux Arts architecture in the city, Grand Central is beloved by travelers, commuters and tourists alike.  But how do we best consider the keenly detailed light, the dramatic contrast in space, and the classically-articulated surfaces that make this station unlike any other?  Well, that's what we're going to find out.

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1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Mar
11
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

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Second Sunday Critique
Mar
11
7:00 PM19:00

Second Sunday Critique

Second Sunday Critiques is a monthly get-together and feedback forum for artists and creatives.  There's no limitation on genre, and all critique is rooted in sincere appreciation for the artist and the work being created.  Each Crit is 2 hours, and the up to 8 participants per evening will submit their works-in-progress for group feedback (priority is given according to earliest registration time). 

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Mar
12
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
Essential Lighting & Studio (6 weeks)
Mar
15
6:30 PM18:30

Essential Lighting & Studio (6 weeks)

This methodical approach to learning studio photography begins with analyzing lighting in well-known photographs and breaking down the setups, tools and techniques required to accomplish these images.   Each week we'll tackle one essential factor of lighting, from single-light setups to complex multiple-light setups, using modifiers, backgrounds, and various light sources to deliver amazing results.  

View Event →
The Analog Film Lab
Mar
18
10:00 AM10:00

The Analog Film Lab

This 8-hour intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day.  You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter, then we'll each shoot a roll of film in the surrounding neighborhood. From there you’ll learn how to process the exposed film using a film reel and developing tank, and start making contact prints.  Finally, we’ll be enlarging negatives onto traditional darkroom paper, so that you can take home beautiful 8x10 prints that you’ve made entirely on your own.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Color Calisthenics!
Mar
18
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Color Calisthenics!

This one-day class invites you to think critically about color in your photographs.  We'll briefly overview the history of color photography, from early trials in 3-color process by Thomas Sutton to the digital pixel palettes of today's Photoshop world.  Then we'll go hands-on, making photographic stories that challenge our interpretation of color.  You'll discover what makes a great color vs black & white photograph, and become familiar with critical terms like luminance, saturation and hue. 

View Event →
Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)

Learn the skills and features necessary to take your photos to the next level in this focused 6-week workshop specifically designed for photographers.  Move beyond the filters panel and learn everything from making basic tonal adjustments to creating surreal multi-layer imagery.   Try your hand at retouching for portraits and fashion. Discover how to make selections, create masks and use advanced compositing techniques to not only improve photographs, but to turn them into entirely new images.

View Event →
Crash Course: Developing Film
Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Developing Film

In this class you'll learn to properly load a film reel and development tank, and we'll show you the multi-step film development process, including when to make changes to produce different results, and what to watch out for to avoid problems.  We'll also show you how to properly wash, dry and store your processed negatives for archival purposes, so that they still look great many decades from now.

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Virtual Hangout II
Mar
25
7:00 PM19:00

Virtual Hangout II

Can’t make the regular Meetups or Crits?  Join us via the magic of the internet.  For this first Virtual Hangouts we'll be using Google Hangouts to create a space where members and the Community can discuss work, talk about ideas and generally, well, hang out video-chat style.  

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Crash Course: Color Darkroom
Apr
3
6:00 PM18:00

Crash Course: Color Darkroom

This class will cover basic enlarger operation, contact printing of negatives, as well as color filtration to balance out color casts and achieve a great-looking print. Additionally we'll discuss proper darkroom etiquette and safety so that you'll be able to use the color darkroom with confidence. In a few short hours, you'll be well on your way to creating luminous photographic enlargements with that extra magic that only analog technology can provide.

View Event →
Second Sunday Critique
Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Second Sunday Critique

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Second Sunday Critiques is a monthly get-together and feedback forum for artists and creatives.  There's no limitation on genre, and all critique is rooted in sincere appreciation for the artist and the work being created.  Each Crit is 2 hours, and the up to 8 participants per evening will submit their works-in-progress for group feedback (priority is given according to earliest registration time). 

View Event →
Crash Course: Developing Film
Apr
10
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Developing Film

In this class you'll learn to properly load a film reel and development tank, and we'll show you the multi-step film development process, including when to make changes to produce different results, and what to watch out for to avoid problems.  We'll also show you how to properly wash, dry and store your processed negatives for archival purposes, so that they still look great many decades from now.

View Event →
Field Guide: Wall Street
Apr
14
1:00 PM13:00

Field Guide: Wall Street

Join us as we explore the center of American financial might.  It's a chaotic scene, packed with suits and shoppers, tourists and rainmakers.  Light blasts through narrow corridors and creates a sharply defined scene, and inspired photographers can take advantage.  Find out something new about one of the oldest corners of New York history.

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Field Guide: Governors Island
May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Field Guide: Governors Island

800 yards from Manhattan.  A world apart.  Governors Island is a 172-acre strip of land employed by the Continental Army to defend the harbor against the British in 1776, and has had various uses military uses since.  Today the National Park Service is Governors Island's primary caretaker along the northern shore, and its historic homes and battlements make it a sight to behold.  As different to lower Manhattan as a place can be, this Island is chock full of visual surprises and a perfect exploration opportunity for street, landscape, architecture and history-buff photographers.

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Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)
Jan
22
7:00 PM19:00

Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)

Learn the skills and features necessary to take your photos to the next level in this focused 6-week workshop specifically designed for photographers.  Move beyond the filters panel and learn everything from making basic tonal adjustments to creating surreal multi-layer imagery.   Try your hand at retouching for portraits and fashion. Discover how to make selections, create masks and use advanced compositing techniques to not only improve photographs, but to turn them into entirely new images.

View Event →
Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)
Jan
21
4:30 PM16:30

Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)

Our most popular course, Digital Photo I: The Basics will be covering all the nuts-to-bolts aspects of exposure, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, depth of field, motion blur, as well as comparing different lenses and the basics of composition.  Featuring weekly assignments, class critiques, and developing a final project for an end of class student exhibition.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Composition Tune-Up!
Jan
21
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Composition Tune-Up!

Beginning with simple concepts like leading lines, 1-point perspective, frame-within-a-frame, and then breaking down the ideas that made classic works of art famous, we'll get you looking deeper at the underlying forms and structure of effective images. Then we'll take our experiments outside where you'll respond to challenges designed to spark new ideas.  Employing techniques discussed, and forging new ones of your own, you'll be able to try unexpected approaches to visual puzzles presented by the real world. 

View Event →
Essential Lighting & Studio (6 weeks)
Jan
18
6:30 PM18:30

Essential Lighting & Studio (6 weeks)

This methodical approach to learning studio photography begins with analyzing lighting in well-known photographs and breaking down the setups, tools and techniques required to accomplish these images.   Each week we'll tackle one essential factor of lighting, from single-light setups to complex multiple-light setups, using modifiers, backgrounds, and various light sources to deliver amazing results.  

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Jan
15
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!
Jan
14
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light! challenges students to observe, perceive and manipulate light and shadow to help make unique photographs that inspire the imagination.  By utilizing a 5-hour class structure, we'll be able to watch and photograph sunlight change throughout the day and discuss its effects on street scenes, architecture and portrait environments.   You'll deepen your understanding of light and how it reacts to different situations--a critical training for capturing powerful imagery.  Through gaining a better appreciation for how light can shape the image, we can push our creativity to greater depths.  

View Event →
Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)
Jan
10
8:30 PM20:30

Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)

Our most popular course, Digital Photo I: The Basics will be covering all the nuts-to-bolts aspects of exposure, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, depth of field, motion blur, as well as comparing different lenses and the basics of composition.  Featuring weekly assignments, class critiques, and developing a final project for an end of class student exhibition.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Jan
7
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Jan
3
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Dec
18
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Dec
17
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

View Event →
Crash Course: iPhoneography 101
Dec
16
12:30 PM12:30

Crash Course: iPhoneography 101

Wanna learn how to take better smartphone pics?  We'll give you a rundown of the critical features of your sophisticated camera phone, as well as how to tweak composition and shooting options to get well-lit, beautiful photographs.  Your phone is a powerful camera computer and one of the most useful, accessible and available pieces of photographic equipment ever made.  Maximize it!

View Event →
Dollar Fridays: Pinhole Cameras
Dec
15
7:00 PM19:00

Dollar Fridays: Pinhole Cameras

Go back to the basics and learn about the origins of the the photographic craft. The camera obscura, or pinhole as it is commonly known, strips photography of all the fancy gears and gadgets bringing it down to its most simple form, a black box, a hole, and light. Learn about how different photographers have used pinholes to achieve certain effects and how this timeless invention differs from its modern day counterparts. 

View Event →
The Analog Film Lab
Dec
10
10:00 AM10:00

The Analog Film Lab

This 8-hour intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day.  You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter, then we'll each shoot a roll of film in the surrounding neighborhood. From there you’ll learn how to process the exposed film using a film reel and developing tank, and start making contact prints.  Finally, we’ll be enlarging negatives onto traditional darkroom paper, so that you can take home beautiful 8x10 prints that you’ve made entirely on your own.

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Dec
6
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
Crash Course: Color Darkroom
Dec
3
5:00 PM17:00

Crash Course: Color Darkroom

This class will cover basic enlarger operation, contact printing of negatives, as well as color filtration to balance out color casts and achieve a great-looking print. Additionally we'll discuss proper darkroom etiquette and safety so that you'll be able to use the color darkroom with confidence. In a few short hours, you'll be well on your way to creating luminous photographic enlargements with that extra magic that only analog technology can provide.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Composition Tune-Up!
Dec
3
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Composition Tune-Up!

Beginning with simple concepts like leading lines, 1-point perspective, frame-within-a-frame, and then breaking down the ideas that made classic works of art famous, we'll get you looking deeper at the underlying forms and structure of effective images. Then we'll take our experiments outside where you'll respond to challenges designed to spark new ideas.  Employing techniques discussed, and forging new ones of your own, you'll be able to try unexpected approaches to visual puzzles presented by the real world. 

View Event →
Crash Course: Pinhole Photography
Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

Crash Course: Pinhole Photography

Go back to the basics and learn about the origins of photography. The camera obscura, or pinhole camera, strips photography of all the fancy gears and gadgets breaking it down to its bare bones: a black box, a hole, and light. Learn how photographers have achieved certain effects by creating their own handmade cameras and make your own!

View Event →
Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Photo I: The Basics (9 weeks)

Our most popular course, Digital Photo I: The Basics will be covering all the nuts-to-bolts aspects of exposure, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, depth of field, motion blur, as well as comparing different lenses and the basics of composition.  Featuring weekly assignments, class critiques, and developing a final project for an end of class student exhibition.

View Event →
Crash Course: Camera Basics
Nov
21
6:30 PM18:30

Crash Course: Camera Basics

This Crash Course is a super practical 3-hour workshop that focuses entirely on getting acquainted with all your digital camera's features and functions.  It's a smart, one-shot introduction to digital photography, and a good place to get answers to all your camera-related questions.  No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.

View Event →
1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!
Nov
19
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Camera Warm-Up!

Want to get a jump-start in photography?  This workshop is definitely for you.  In five hours we'll help you forge a friendship with your digital camera, exploring its vital features and demystifying the buttons and dials that trip common users up.  From controlling exposure to getting a handle on autofocus, we'll unpack these tech-heavy tools in a simple and straightforward manner.  Camera Warm-Up! challenges students to learn their camera's essential functions by shooting in live situations, working responsively and intuitively.  We want you to take control of the camera, and not the other way around!

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5 Dollar Fridays: RAW vs JPG
Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

5 Dollar Fridays: RAW vs JPG

The age-old question:  Should you shoot RAW or should you shoot JPG?  Well, first we gotta define what a RAW file is, and what a JPG is.  There are advantages for both.  What are they?  When would you choose one of the other?  What about all those different funky shapes and icons in my camera's JPG menu options?  How do I deal with RAW files and get the most out of them? Let's do a dive into some basic file mechanics and hopefully demystify this situation once and for all.

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1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!
Nov
12
11:00 AM11:00

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light!

1 Day Workout: Engaging Light! challenges students to observe, perceive and manipulate light and shadow to help make unique photographs that inspire the imagination.  By utilizing a 5-hour class structure, we'll be able to watch and photograph sunlight change throughout the day and discuss its effects on street scenes, architecture and portrait environments.   You'll deepen your understanding of light and how it reacts to different situations--a critical training for capturing powerful imagery.  Through gaining a better appreciation for how light can shape the image, we can push our creativity to greater depths.  

View Event →
Crash Course: iPhoneography 101
Nov
11
1:30 PM13:30

Crash Course: iPhoneography 101

Wanna learn how to take better smartphone pics?  We'll give you a rundown of the critical features of your sophisticated camera phone, as well as how to tweak composition and shooting options to get well-lit, beautiful photographs.  Your phone is a powerful camera computer and one of the most useful, accessible and available pieces of photographic equipment ever made.  Maximize it!

View Event →
Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)
Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

Essential Photoshop (6 weeks)

Learn the skills and features necessary to take your photos to the next level in this focused 6-week workshop specifically designed for photographers.  Move beyond the filters panel and learn everything from making basic tonal adjustments to creating surreal multi-layer imagery.   Try your hand at retouching for portraits and fashion. Discover how to make selections, create masks and use advanced compositing techniques to not only improve photographs, but to turn them into entirely new images.

View Event →