Photography Workshops (NYC / NJ) for 2015
The flash photography workshops are full-day events – and are a mixture of seminar presentation and practical shooting. The workshops will be held at my studio space in NJ. There is free parking, and it is easily reached from the main highways in the area. There is also regular bus transport from NYC. (We can fetch you from the bus terminal.)
The fee for the full-day workshop is $600 and the workshop is from 9am to 8pm. Lunch and refreshments are included!
The workshops are now limited to 6 people – and working within my own studio with more equipment readily at hand, gave the workshop a relaxed tempo. The material is always streamlined a little bit more, from workshop to workshop.
More info about the photography workshops.
The workshops for 2015 will take place on:
May 17, 2015 (Sunday) July 19, 2015 (Sunday) July 25, 2015 (Saturday) – Charlotte, NC
- Sept 20, 2015 (Sunday)
The Photo Walks are new additions to the photography workshops. With the Photo Walk, we will photograph a model around a colorful, interesting part of New York City. We will roam around looking for photogenic urban backdrops to photograph the model against.
The group will be limited to just 4 photographers, so it won’t be crowded. We will also work at a relaxed tempo, so that I can attend to everyone and help everyone get amazing images. There will be an assistant to carry and hold the light for us. We just get to shoot and have fun!
I will provide the Profoto B1 flash, and will have enough Nikon and Canon wireless TTL triggers for the Profoto so that everyone can shoot individually.
For more details and to book a spot: Photo walks in NYC
- New York, August 1, 2015 (Sat), 3-5pm – sold out!
- New York, Sept 6, 2015 (Sun), 4-6pm – only 1 spot left
- New York, October 3, 2015 (Sat), 3-5pm – sold out!
- New York, October 24, 2015 (Sat), 3-5pm – only 1 spot left
other workshops & tutoring sessions
If you would like an individual workshop, or a personal tutoring session, those are available as well throughout the year, depending on both of our schedules. The studio is only 17 miles from Manhattan. Just a short hop from New York and quite accessible by bus. Oh, and there’s parking at the studio. Free parking.