In this 3-Session workshop our experienced instructor will walk you through the do's and don'ts of Food photography. You'll explore topics such as lighting, color, composition, and perspective to learn how to make delicious images! Two different setups will be photographed using both available and artificial lighting.
NOTE: This workshop is best suited to advanced students with previous knowledge of photography. Please be comfortable working with your camera settings.
Established in 2003 in NYC, PhotoManhattan Photography School offers an affordable means of entry and advance into the world of art and photography. We are committed to the idea of photography as an accessible means of personal expression and artistic documentation. And considering the upfront costs inherent in photography (the purchase of equipment), there's no reason why essential instruction should be beyond the reach of those interested.
To that effect, PhotoManhattan offers introductory and advanced photography classes to the public at rates that are only a fraction of those of larger photography institutes and schools in New York, as well as affordable rentals of darkroom and studio space and lights.
For beginners, instruction in basic topics emphasizes critical technique and control of the camera. To those more advanced, we haave challenging photography courses in Studio Lighting and Street Photography that will make even experienced amateurs stop and think about exactly what they are trying to do when they hit the shutter.
In addition, we host group events, exhibitions and lead group workshops in Union Square and in different neighborhoods of New York City. A wide range of people have taken classes here, and participated in group events, from professionals, to those seeking to become professionals, to those who are looking for a means of moving beyond the 8-6 routine that otherwise traps so many of us.
We invite anyone interested in either taking classes, renting space, or becoming involved in PhotoManhattan's group activities, to contact us by phone, by email, or by passing by the studio. Now go out there and shoot.
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