Tag: Street Photography

NIKON D5100 | AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G | 1/500sec at f/5 | ISO 100

NYC Street Photography: The ABCs of the East Village

Interested in Attending NEW! NYC Street Photography: The ABCs of the East Village

NYC Street Photography: The ABCs of the East Village

Saturday, June 16, 2018, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (rain date June 23)

Instructor: Josh Weiss

The East Village has been a symbol of the counterculture in New York City since the 1950s. Once synonymous with beatniks and later with punk rock, the neighbourhood today is a unique mix of people and cultures, music and art.

During the day, we will explore Alphabet City and other notable East Village spots, learning to identify a good street photo. We’ll work on striking the right balance of storytelling and technique, from camera settings to lighting and composition and discuss strategies for photographing candid scenes versus posed street portraits. Your instructor will be with you every step of the way to look at your work and answer questions.

I have always wanted to learn and practice street photography but I have honestly felt anxious at photographing strangers in public. I am hoping doing this in a group setting with an instructor @thecameraproj and @princeton_photo will help me overcome some of that anxiety.

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Language and Communication, Cameras, Street Photography, and Envy

The desire to affirm that women are equal has made some scholars reluctant to show they are different, because differences can be used to justify unequal treatment and opportunity. Much as I understand and am in sympathy with those who wish there were no differences between women and men—only reparable social injustice—my research, others’ research,…

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