- Shutter Speed
- White balance
- Metering modes
- Depth of field
All are welcome, but this workshop is best for those with an SLR or a camera that fully allows manipulations of the shutter speed and aperture.
What Is Not Included?
- Cameras are not included; you must provide your own. An SLR or other type of camera that can fully manipulate aperture and shutter speed is best for this workshop.
- Food and beverages are not included. Feel free to bring your own or purchase some during the workshop.
- Do I have to purchase tickets in advance?
- Yes, tickets must be purchased in advance to guarantee your spot as workshops often sell out. Tickets can be purchased with a Visa, Mastercard, or American Express.
- What about taking children?
- Generally workshops are best suited for ages 15 and above. All participants, regardless of age must purchase a ticket in advance. Ticket prices for all participants are the same price regardless of age.
- How long is the workshop?
- The workshop is 2 hours long and is conducted like a class.
- What is the average group size?
- Workshop sizes range from a few people to 8 total. The group size is kept small to maximize the learning experience.
- What happens if it rains or snows?
- We will head to one of our indoor locations.
- Do I have to have a camera to join the workshop?
- The workshops are best suited for those who do have cameras. Our walking tours are better suited for those who may not have a camera but who are accompanying someone who does, as they function as a tour with a photography component.
- What should I bring with me to the workshop?
- Please be sure to bring your camera and if you have it, the manual to your camera. You may also want to bring pen and paper to take notes although you will receive some materials at the workshop.
- What kind of camera should I bring to the workshop?
- Although all are welcome, this workshop best serves those with a camera that allows the full manipulations of aperture and shutter speed.
- What if I have little experience with photography and/or my camera?
- Then this is an appropriate workshop for you and you will leave with a greater in-depth knowledge of the functions of your camera and how and when to manipulate them.
- Are there restrooms at the workshop locations?
- There will be restrooms at several of the workshop locations.
- Can I buy food or beverages?
- While there is a cafe near the workshop location, it is recommended that you eat before or after the workshop as this is a classroom type setting.
- Is the price still the same if I don't have a camera?
- Yes, every participant in the workshop must have a ticket. The workshop is best for those with cameras and if you don't have a camera but plan to accompany someone who does, you may wish to check out one of our walking tours as they function as tours with a photography component.
- Is the workshop wheelchair accessible?
- This workshop can be made wheelchair accessible. If you are interested in this workshop, please click on the "Contact NYCPhotoTour" link to inquire further so that accommodations can be made.
- Can I bring a pet with me to the workshop?
- No, unfortunately pets are not allowed at the workshops.
- Are private workshops offered?
- Yes. If you're interested in doing this workshop privately, it would be the same as a private tour in which you would focus on learning the basic functions of your camera in greater detail although the pricing structure may vary. Please click on the "Contact NYCPhotoTour" link to inquire further.
- Non-refundable, cannot be rescheduled.
- Once purchased, tickets cannot be refunded and cannot be rescheduled because your space is being guaranteed at the event.
- The workshop is appropriate for children ages 15 and up.
- Because the workshop requires a certain level of concentration, we believe it is best suited for children ages 15 and above. If you'd like to bring children under the age of 15, please note that all participants must have a ticket in order to attend and that there is no reduced rate.
She has taught photography classes at the Arlington County Recreation Center in Arlington, Virginia and holds a BFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. Her work resides in the collections of the National Cathedral in Washington DC, Northern Virginia Community College, and in numerous private collections.