Join Chris and Alan for a unique Urban Photography adventure. We love New York and we know the City inside/out! Experience the essence and energy of New York City life that most visitors never get to see. Learn and explore this fascinating city with German photographer, traveler, award-winning podcaster and teacher Chris Marquardt and Princeton Photo Workshop's HDR photographer and teacher Alan Kesselhaut. During this tour, we will have special access to shoot in iconic Grand Central Terminal with tripods, capture Central Park's dynamic action and street life in the East Village, and learn the tricks of night shooting in Times Square.
Get to know the instructors and fellow students at a funky and fun downtown bar/ restaurant with an off-the-beaten-path NYC vibe.
We'll begin the day with a discussion of the theory of everything photographic, learning and practicing in and around Grand Central Terminal. In the afternoon, we will seek out Central Park's talented, dynamic street performers, the Apple Store and whatever comes our way in this classic New York venue. After dinner, we will learn about night shooting and capture the lights and activity of Times Square after dark.
Our day will start in a classroom on one of the most interesting streets in the East Village, populated by storied off-off Broadway theaters. We will spend a couple of hours critiquing our images, reviewing what we have learned so far and preparing for our afternoon shoot among the tenements, artists and characters in the East Village.
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Hopstop offers a great way to navigate New York City on your phone. Find out how to get everywhere by subway, bus or on foot: www.hopstop.com/mobile
If you have been a participant on one of Chris Marquardt's previous workshops, you're eligible for a substantial discount. Please inquire about discounts via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri, Oct 9 2015: 6pm - ?
Sat, Oct 10 2015: 10am - 9pm
Sun, Oct 11 2015: 10am - 4pm
We've set up an Event for you to join:
This is a great way to familiarize yourself with the other participants before the workshop begins. This Event is also a great place later on to share pictures and stay in touch
There's also an official hashtag for this event in case you want to tweet or post somewhere else: #nyinsideout
If you need suggestions or help, please contact Princeton Photo Workshop at email@example.com
Like everyplace else, New York weather can be unpredictable. According to Accuweather, expect temperatures of 66F, lo 52°F (19°C, lo 11°C) in mid October.
There are almost endless places to visit and things to do in New York. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like some suggestions. You won't be bored!
Author: Chris Marquardt