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Perspectives from NYC

NYC Digital Photography Workshops

Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

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Perspectives from NYC

 

Exhibition and Reception:

Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6-9pm

 

 ABRONS ARTS CENTER

466 Grand Street, NYC

(212)598-0400

 

CURATOR

Dawn M. Wayand

 

The NYC Digital Photography Workshops Meetup Group, a prominent digital photography workshop group in New York City, is proud to present Perspectives from NYC at the Abrons Arts Center on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6-9pm. This fabulous exhibition will feature the works of 20 exceptional up-and-coming photographers: Bethany Jacobson, Carol Debeer, Daisy Arroyo, Dawn Wayand, Didier Felix-Edouard, Katherine Parent, Kevin Thomas, Kim Crecelius, Meryl Skyler, Paul Woodvine, Rohit Venkat, Ronald Zeytoonian, Sarah Taylor, Saulmon Addison, Scott Clark, Shruthi Venkatsubramanian, Sondra Weiner, Terry Opalka, Tina Novak and Tony Iaccio. Free nibbles, wine (and other non-alcoholic beverages) will be served up alongside a night of visual temptation and live jazzy grooves by the Jeff Fowler Group comprised of Jeff Fowler on guitar, Evan Crane on bass and John Doing on drums. All work on the walls and in the print bins will be for sale. Bio sheets with photographer’s contact information will be provided at the event.

This is a FREE event from 6-9pm on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at the Abrons Art Center located at 466 Grand Street, New York, New York 10002. For more information, please contact the curator for the show, Dawn M. Wayand, at (727)641-9570.

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Abrons Art Center
466 Grand Street
New York, NY 10002

Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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NYC Digital Photography Workshops

New to photography? Know your way around a camera but your skills need some fine tuning or perhaps you are looking to take your photography to the next level? With so many resources now available out there, where do you start? New York City alone hosts over 100 groups on photography instruction, but do they have almost a century of photography experience to back that up? And more importantly, the drive to share that knowledge with you? Our experts in the field, all professional working photographers, can help guide you through the process – both creative and technical – of making an image. NYC Digital Photography Workshops creates fun, yet informative, workshops - both group & private - that spark creativity and technical know-how with or without having the latest and greatest gear. We offer over 120 workshops on everything from how to use your new DSLR, manual settings and composition to lighting, fashion and street photography. You will learn real-world photography tips, tricks and techniques both in the studio and in the field. We aim to build your confidence as a photographer all while giving you the skills you need to succeed as a photographer. At NYCDPW, you will be part of a community of photographers, from novice to expert, where you can hone your craft. Our instructors, themselves working photographers, have walked in your shoes. They speak your language and understand your challenges. Yes, intuitive instruction that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Register today…we look forward to helping YOU become a better photographer!

You may sign up for a free membership to our Workshop group as well as our free newsletter at: www.nycdpw.com. By signing up for the free newsletter, you will receive notifications of new Workshop topics being offered and a link to RSVP for that Workshop.

 

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