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Introduction to Digital Photography with Nikki Arendt

The Gowanus Studio Space

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 7:00 PM - Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EDT)

Brooklyn, NY

Introduction to Digital Photography with Nikki Arendt

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members Ended $95.00 $0.00
non-members Ended $145.00 $0.00

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Introduction to Digital Photography with Nikki Arendt
4 Wednesdays 8/14-9/4,  7-10pm
$145; $95 for members


This is an intensive introductory course that will help the beginning and intermediate
photographer to find what inspires them and give them the technical
knowledge to make strong images. We will cover composition, basic lighting 
(daylight and studio), and the art of taking portraits.

We will learn how to control your digital camera manually with
f-stops, shutter speed and iso in order to make the best image possible.We will look at famous photographs in order to be inspired and to learn from them.

Nicole Arendt has taught video courses at the School
of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and photography at the University of
Texas at Dallas.   www.nicolearendt.com


This course requires the student to have a digital camera with the
option for manual controls. A DSLR is preferred but not mandatory.
This class won't require any outside supplies other than this.

Have questions about Introduction to Digital Photography with Nikki Arendt? Contact The Gowanus Studio Space

When & Where



The Gowanus Studio Space
166 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 7:00 PM - Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EDT)


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The Gowanus Studio Space

 

In an era when art encompasses infinite amalgams of visual media, The Gowanus Studio Space encourages inter-disciplinary exchange and provides affordable access to facilities for artists and designers.  Offering exhibition, curation and production opportunities, the studio is an incubator for new ideas and an inroad to today's insular art world.  


The GSS' 40+ members rent low-cost studios and storage and have 24-hour access to a woodshop, print studio and large common workspace.  GSS was established with little funding in industrial Gowanus in 2007, and is now in the final stage of an ambitious move to a new 7500 sq-ft home.
visit www.gowanusstudio.org

 

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