Spend a weekend day becoming a better digital photographer. The day is comprised of two sections (available separately if you wish):
We’ll begin with a 1-hour crash course in how to use your Digital SLR: setting exposure, f-stop, shutter speed, ISO and white balance. Then we’ll look at the work of some great street photographers, discussing photographic composition on the street. Then we’ll head out to one of NYC’s downtown neighborhoods where we’ll troubleshoot technical & practical issues that come up while shooting, looking at, and discussing each other’s work.
Grab a bite to eat (not included in price)
What do you do with all those photos you've taken? We’ll follow a digital workflow from uploading pictures to your computer, editing and organizing your photos, basic photo processing (color balance, enhancing photos, creating B&W conversions) and sharing your photos on the web. We will look at the many useful features in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Also covered will be archiving and keeping your pictures safe from hard drive failure, handling digital files while traveling, using plug-ins and basic color management while printing. This session is designed for photographers with a basic working knowledge of digital cameras who are familiar with a Mac or PC.
594 Broadway, Suite 1202
New York, NY
10:00 am - 5:00 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Noble Desktop is an Adobe Authorized Training Center rated 4th-highest in the world based on student evaluations. Noble has trained over 20,000 students and offers many free seminars where you can get a flavor of the company. This class is taught by Ben Russell. After 20 plus years of shooting annual reports for major corporations and portraits for newspapers and magazines Ben now specializes in photography for NYC nonprofits. To check out his photography see benrussellphoto.com
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