Technical Workshop

Do you often find yourself looking at all the features on your camera with a look of confusion? Have you taken a few photography classes, yet things don’t seem to be clicking? If so, this is the class for you! You will learn how to use your camera with an easy explanation of the basic concepts such as exposure, aperture and shutter speed. By the end of the class, you’ll have a better understanding of what all of the various functions do on your camera. Don’t forget to bring all your questions!

YOU WILL LEARN

1. How the camera works (bring a camera with functions that can be adjusted)
- F stop
- Shutter speeds
- ISO

2. The Exposure
- How to measure the light
- The light meter
- Aperture priority mode
- Shutter mode

3. Exercises
- Depth of field
- Freezing the moment
- Panning technique

NOTE:

  • Cameras such as DSLR’s where ISO, Aperture and Shutter can be adjusted
  • Classes are listed in Blue on the calendar page
  • Minimum 3 participants (if under minimum enrollment, the workshop will be rescheduled to the next session)
  • Classes are held either in Union Square or Grand Central. In case of inclement weather, participants will be notified with a change in location or class reschedule.
  • Class fee is $100 for 2 hr session
  • After purchasing, please confirm by emailing:  jf(a)SundaysInNY.com
  • Private sessions are also available, $299 (up to 2 hrs). Additional person is $60
  • Email for scheduling jf(a)SundaysInNY.com

Reserve your place for the group Technical 1 Workshop (locations could vary)

Purchase a tech session below (can add additional participant),
Email jf(a)SundaysInNY.com with 2 choice dates and times
Fee – $100




Reserve your Private Tech Session below:
Email jf(a)SundaysInNY.com with your choice dates and times
Fee – $299 2 hrs, one person, 2 people $398.


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Feedback

It was a great way to spend an afternoon!  I left actually being able to use my camera OFF the auto mode…your style of teaching works well for me. I was worried it would be too hard to grasp….you made it very entertaining and is evidenced by my photo of you “flying.” Even though the time flew by, it was so packed with information and practice and your valuable feedback so I could correct what I was doing wrong. I’m hoping you will be doing some additional classes soon. Thanks for a great experience – Ellen

Thanks again for the night photography session on Tuesday, it was just
great. I must say that as a beginner, I didn’t expect learning so
quickly and so easily in just 2 hours. Your creativity and personality
are definitely a plus. I used everything you taught me the day after and
it worked perfectly!  – Best, Bruno

Lorenzo, The course was great and your instruction was very clear. The only suggestion I have is that you make it clear on the website that students need to come with a camera that allows them to adjust ISO, aperature and shutter speed. Thanks for letting me borrow your camera!! Best regards – Anna

Lorenzo! I found the class to be very informative and helpful. I enjoyed it very much! My only suggestion is that it would be great to briefly touch upon some of the functions and modes of the camera. For example, what is the difference of being in manual mode vs AV mode. Other then that it was great and I’m very interested in taking the tech 2 class!  Thanks – Sabrina

 I attended a Technical Workshop and really enjoyed it and am excited about practicing my new skills. Lorenzo was really patient and I learned a lot from him! - Charmaine

Thank you Lorenzo for the class on Sunday. It was fun and I learned so much about my new camera. – Mira

I took a tech class with Lorenzo, a fun guy who created great exercises to help understand what I find hard to grasp, thank you! – Sara

Didn’t think a tech class could also be inspiring. I really learned a lot, thanks. – Ellie

I wanted to thank you for a fabulous experience! In the short time I learned so much about myself as an artist and the art of photography. Thanks! – Elizabeth

Thank you for everything! I enjoyed your class so much and learned how to capture the fun parts of daily life :) – Mia