Sundays In NY workshops teach you how to use your camera technically, inspire you aesthetically, then lovingly critiqued for a direction, style and a new found passion. – Judith Farber, founder
Sundays in NY Photography Workshops (SINY) was created by documentary and travel photographer, Judith Farber as a fun, creative, inspiring group activity on a Sunday in New York.
All cameras from cell, point and shoot to professional SLR/DSLR’s are welcome, including all photography levels and ages, beginners to professionals. Learn to use compelling and persuasive tools to expand your vision and style, documenting what you see to a higher level. Whether it’s a hobby, a profession or merely a creative expression, there’s something in it for all ages to explore and enjoy with little or no preparation. Or is there?
Where ever you are on your photo journey, here are some suggested steps to enhance your skills.
Here’s some order to that process
1. Choose a camera that you are comfortable using, including cell phones, film or DSLR cameras.
2. Take Technical session to understand the functions of your camera
3. Take Composition to learn “how to see,” creating perfect framing intuitively
4. Get your Images Critiqued, with an Photo Critique Private Session for instant feedback in how/what to do to improve photos going from blah to amazing, become skillful at self-editing, find your style and your passion
5. Learn Post Processing to fix/crop your photos. There’s iPhone schools who teach the use of iPhone apps, software such as Picassa, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements to the more complex, Adobe Photoshop plus workflow management tools of Apple Aperture or Adobe Lightroom.
6. Have fun!
7. Practice! Take specialized sessions to further your skills in Portrait, Night, iPhone, Landscape, Lighting, Architecture, etc.
Special report, The Art Of Seeing
Click on the Workshop section for further detailed information….and begin your creative journey now!
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