Available & Low-Light Photography in Grand Central Terminal
- Hobbies & Special Interest
- Grand Central Terminal (Just Outside of the Station Master's Office on Main Floor), New York NY
Ever wondered what makes a photograph good and what makes a photograph fall short? In this critique session, Dawn will take a look at your portfolio of your best work and critique it based on the knowledge she has gathered through education on the topic and experience gained through various photography and art organizations, including her experience as a photography judge. She will point out good photos and why they are good photos as well as photos that don’t quite work and explain what could make the photo better. We will all have a chance to look at everyone’s portfolios and everyone will have a chance to learn through Dawn’s critique of each portfolio what judge’s look for when judging photographs.
Required: Please bring a CD-R or flash drive with 25 of your best or favorite photos with you to this workshop. Your camera is not necessary for this Workshop. Please limit your photos to 25 so that we have time for everyone’s portfolio to be critiqued.
About the Presenter:
Dawn Wayand, a native Floridian who moved to NYC in March of 2011, has not only had quite a successful streak in getting her name, art and photography recognized in FL and now NYC but has also had pieces purchased and placed in homes and offices across the states. Although her main focus is photography, she also dabbles in other art forms such as painting and drawing. She sold over 150 pieces of photography within her first year of sales, along with many paintings, has exhibited in many different types of venues, has been a photography judge, and now continues to exhibit and curate in NYC.
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