Keep reading about the best photography classes in Queens and Brooklyn. Are you interested in taking photos? Have you ever had the intention to use a DSLR camera? De you want to get the best out of your smartphone? Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find the great answers for these questions. There are couples of great photography classes in New York, so you can choose among them.
As for me I have always wanted to learn taking photos. When I shoot pics they are just the typical “tourist” photos, but the worse ones among them. Sometimes I manage to take a few better pics, but I really don’t know how. Now, with the help of these courses you can get some experiences how to take great photos even if you are a beginner. As a result you can put your photos on the wall, or give them as a present.
In order to create their list, Insider Monkey used ClassCurious‘ database as their source to determine what some of the best photography classes in New York City are. This site is always a great help if you want to search some excellent classes in any fields.
We have picked three courses from Insider Monkey’s list: Introduction to DSLR Photography, Crash Course: Camera Basics, and Crash Course: Night Vision. Introduction to DSLR Photography is located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, the class level is beginner. It costs $46. In this class, you and 9 other students will be taught by David Samuel Stern, the basics of photography and how your DSLR camera actually works. This class includes lectures and experiments, but cameras aren’t provided, so you’ll need to bring your own. Crash Course: Camera Basics is in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Class level is beginner, its price is $75. In this class, you will get a one-shot introduction to digital photography and you will get the chance to understand the process of making high-quality photographs. You will learn what each button does, its different modes and how to read the light meter. All ages are welcome in this class, but the cameras aren’t provided for the class. In order to attend it, you need to bring your own camera including DSLR mirrorless, micro 4/3 systems. The latter’s next step is the Night Vision class, which is on intermediate level. Its price is $75. There are people who want to learn how to make beautiful photographs with no experience at all, and there are people who know something about it. This class is for the second group of people who already have experience with cameras.
For any further useful tips, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 best photography classes in Queens and Brooklyn