With skyscrapers as far as the eye can see, richly colored alleyways, and the frantic hustle of life in
the street, New York City offers photographers boundless opportunities. We’ll capture the magical
skyline, catch the sunset from Rockefeller Center, photograph the iconic Flat Iron Building, and much
more. After each excursion we’ll head to our classroom to learn about the latest in processing
techniques, exposure, lighting, and composition.
This workshop is led by 2 award winning photographers Edin Chavez and Cliff Baise and is designed for all skill levels.
This is for any photographer who is interested in improving their skills in many areas of digital
photography and post processing, all while having fun in a small relaxed group of like-minded folks.
We guarantee you’ll come away with great photos and great memories by attending this Cityscape
Photography workshop. All participants must bring a digital SLR or mirrorless camera, tripod, a laptop
computer, and software for organizing and presenting images.
The workshop is limited to 5 participants.
The following is our planned itinerary; however, our schedule is flexible to allow for spontaneous photographic opportunities.
Itinerary – December 1 – 4 2016
4 Days (Including Arrival and Departure Days)
Day 1 — Thursday, December 1: Arrival – New York City
Settle into our hotel in the Financial District (320 Pearl St, New York, NY 10038) or stay at accommodations of your choice. The instructors will be
staying at the Hampton Inn Manhattan – Seaport.
Gather for a welcome reception and orientation with your instructors and fellow students,
followed by dinner at a nearby restaurant.
After dinner we’ll go on a nighttime photowalk focusing on long exposure and light trails at Times Square.
Day 2 — Friday December 2: Pier 15 Bridge Sunrise – Stock Exchange – Rockefeller Center Sunset
Catch the sunrise from NYC overlooking the Brooklyin skyline.
Meet early this morning at Pier 15 to photograph the Sunrise overlooking Brooklin and all the bridges.
Then head to our classroom for a session on processing technique.
On our afternoon photo assignment, we will be focusing on storytelling and composition.
We’ll capture the diverse architecture of the financial district (Stock Exchange Area) followed by
Battery Park with really great views of the Statue of Liberty.
Later, photograph the sunset from the top of Rockefeller Center and enjoy a photowalk back to your hotel.
Day 3 — Saturday: Central Station, Flat Iron, Brooklyn Bridge, Dumbo Neighboorhood
Today’s adventures takes us to some of the city’s most legendary destinations.
Meander with your teachers to Grand Central Staton and the Flat Iron Building before returning to our
classroom for an edit-and-critique session of this morning’s images. We’ll grab breakfast on the street.
Step out of your box this afternoon with a Street photo assignment on the Brooklyn Bridge.
This evening we’re off to the photogenic Dumbo Neighborhood to catch the sunset over city
Street Seaport. Later, we all gather for some final late night snacks.
Day 4 — Sunday: Central Park/Home
Meet early this morning for our onsite class at Central Park.The workshop concludes at 11am
after a final question-and-answer session with your instructors.
There are only 8 spots and we will sell out. Please scroll down to sign up.
The fee for the workshop is $1,650.00 Per person.
What’s Included and What’s Not
Photo and Post Processing Instruction
In the field and post processing instruction from Edin and Cliff. We will be accessable the whole time
which will give you plenty of opportunities for one-on-one instruction.
You are welcome to stay at the same hotel we are or make other accomodations, but lodging is NOT provided. Here is the address where we are staying: 320 Pearl St, New York, NY 10038
We will cover Uber and Taxi’s during the workshop, but you are responsible for initially getting to our hotel.
Airfare is NOT included.
Meals are NOT included. You are responsible for all other meals, drinks and snacks.