Are there beginner photography classes in NYC? 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.
Some of the courses you will find in Insider Money’s list don’t need any special equipment besides your camera or phone. In order to create their list Insider Monkey has consulted Class Curious, which was a great help as usual. After searching on Class Curious and finding the best classes for you, Insider Monkey ranked the courses by their prices. You will surely find superb classes for yourself in order to learn taking photos. We have picked three courses from their list: Brooklyn Brainery, Princeton Photo Workshop and BKC Brooklyn Central. The class as Brooklyn Central costs $46 and is held by David Samuel Stern, who will teach you how to use a DSLR camera. Now you will learn the basics and later on you can continue it with advanced classes. Don’t forget your camera at home! The second one is Princeton Photo Workshop, it costs $59. The course that is called Getting To Know Your Digital Camera is held by Frank Veronsky. You will need your own camera if you want to join this class. And at last but not least we mention BKC Brooklyn Central, where the class is $75. In the Crash Course you will be taught the besics, and will be shown the chance to explore the fundamentals of you camera. All ages are welcomed, and you don’t need an own camera.
For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about beginner photography classes in NYC.