Photography is a form of art, capturing the moments forever beyond what we can see with our eyes. If you’ve always had an interest in this, then you may want to check out the upcoming photography workshop that the Artisan Collective is hosting on Sunday, November 4th.
Taught by professional photographer Jim Rimi author of NY Underground a photo documentary depicting The Homeless, Street People, and Street Musicians of New York City.
This 2 1/2 hr workshop will cover how to use your camera on its manual settings. Lighting, composition, and use of depth of field will be taught in a small classroom setting. Students will then go out on the street with Jim and shoot using the knowledge they just learned. Photos will then be critiqued by Jim to improve on students skills. Both digital and film cameras can be used. Sure to be a fun learning experience.
This class is limited to 10 students. $65/person.
Call today 908-216-8072 to reserve your spot.
The cost to participate in the workshop is $65 per person, so you’ll want to call them up at 908-216-8072 because the class is limited to 10 students. It’ll be held from 1:00 to 3:30 PM over at the Artisan Collective’s location on 43 Broad Street in Red Bank, NJ.
While you’re there, also check out some of the unique stuff made by local makers and artisans – consisting of artwork, jewelry, shoes, pottery, and much more!