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Workshop: Understanding the Manual Settings of Your Camera

NYC Digital Photography Workshops

Saturday, January 5, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)

New York, NY

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Ever wonder what he P, A, S and M (or other equal manual settings) stand for on your camera and what they do? Are you still stuck on Automatic Mode and want to take control of your camera? In this Workshop, you will learn what the manual modes on your camera do, what modes to use for certain situations and to free yourself from automatic point-n-shoot forever. Following the presentation will be a Skills Lab where you will be taken out by your Presenter and asked to shoot in manual mode using what you learned in the Workshop. Your Presenter will be available for hands-on help.

 

About the Presenter:

Clifford Pickett is professional commercial photographer, event photographer and educator based in NYC. He first picked up a camera while spending a year traveling through Europe after having earned his MBA early. Like many travelers, that passion for seeing and experiencing the world is precisely what ignited the spark for photography. Clifford has spent all of his time since learning how to see and capture the world with the fresh eyes that traveling affords. He hasn't been shooting for 40 years, he hasn't been alive for 40 years. He hasn't been classically trained in the fine arts either. He is entirely self taught, through books, workshops, seminars, DVD's and real life, it is this that perhaps may be his greatest asset, the ability to relate to the amateur photographer. Not having been so far removed, it is this understanding that allows him to help his students see through the cloud of misinformation and confusion and marketing spins to find real answers to questions from those who share the same passion for the world, and need to capture and share it, that he does. Leveraging both the business and photographic skills he has developed while managing a private testing laboratory, he recently is the owner of a photography company specializing in the construction industry and a commercial video production company. His corporate clients include Estée Lauder, Sephora and Clinique.

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The Sony Atrium (North Entrance at 56th Street)
550 Madison Avenue
Between 55th/56th Streets
New York, NY

Saturday, January 5, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)


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NYC Digital Photography Workshops

Our Digital Photography Workshops... So, you just spent all this money on that flashy, new DSLR camera with more buttons than your favorite shirt. And you haven’t the slightest idea where to start. Sound familiar? If so, consider taking one of our numerous workshops in everything from how to use your new DSLR, to composition to fashion photography. Unlike the photography schools in New York City,... we understand that you have just made a huge investment and intend to help you capitalize on that. We offer workshops tailored to your needs and budget. We promise, you will not go bankrupt. Instead, 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. Join us today…we would love to have you!

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