NY Workshop - April 5-7, 2019

With Optional Add On Photoshop Workshop on April 4th

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INSTRUCTED BY SHARON TENENBAUM

New York City screams “URBAN” more than any other city core in North America. Whether it is an inner city streetscape, some of the tallest and most iconic buildings in the world, a compelling city scape, one of the world’s most urban parks, or the potential for street photography and building details, both modern and heritage that are unequalled, New York has it all!

View the Workshop Full 3 day Itinerary HERE

*Limited to 12 Participants For Maximum Personal Attention*

In this workshop, Sharon will be teaching her Photoshop post processing techniques during hands on post processing sessions. Therefore, for optimal results, it is recommended that participants have basic knowledge of Layers, Masks and Selections in Photoshop. 

**If you feel that you would like to learn basic Photoshop or just brush up on your skills, please consider registering to the Photoshop Add-On that will be taught on April 4th. It will provide all the background Photoshop knowledge you will need in order to get the maximum benefit from the workshop.

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*Limited to 12 Participants For Maximum Personal Attention*

3 Day NY Workshop:

$1,250 USD


April 4th Photoshop Add-On

*Limited to 12 Participants For Maximum Personal Attention*

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The perfect 6 hour workshop to introduce you to the fundamentals of Photoshop. By the time you start the Photography Workshop, you will be up to speed and will gain maximum benefit from the Post Processing techniques.

$300 USD

Outline:

Morning: 9am -12pm

Part I:  

  • Overview of how PS works, the workspace layout, saving and resizing a file.

  • The principle of layers and adjustment layers.

  • Understanding how to use the brush tool to make selective changes.

  • Demonstration through theory and examples.

Part II:

Hands on Practice

Lunch Break 12pm-1pm on your own

Afternoon: 1pm - 4pm

Part I:  

  • Selection - making selections to create masks.

  • We will learn how to use the wand and the quick selection tool.

  • Replacing skies.

  • Demonstration through theory and examples.

Part II: 

Hands on Practice


 

What students have to say about Sharon’s teachings:

Excellent balance of shooting and lecture time - theory and technical material. Also, the feedback on our work was truly useful. That is generally not the case in workshops I have attended. I appreciated the examples of other fine art photographers as it provides inspiration for our own work. Overall, this was the best workshop I have attended.
— Submitted Anonymously
Over the years, I’ve participated many workshops on photography, including workshops by many “name” photographers, BUT this was honestly, one of the most enjoyable, and productive workshops I’ve attended. Thank you.
— Submitted Anonymously
I have never met a Photography Instructor quite like Sharon!  I’ve taken two of her Photography classes at Langara College; The Long Exposure and Fine Art Photography  Courses.   Her instruction was, very detailed, clear, direct and informative.  I came into these two classes with very high expectations and came out completely satisfied.  I can say without a doubt that Sharon helped me take my photography to the next level.
— Jack Vainer

Hosted by Digital Transitions: PHASE ONE Professional Cameras

We are honoured to announce that the NY Architectural Photography Workshop will be hosted by the number one retailer of PHASE ONE cameras in NY.  Digital Transitions will also provide PHASE ONE cameras for participants to use (if they wish) along with hands on technical support.

This is your oppurtunity to try out the Ferrari of Cameras!

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THIS WORKSHOP IS DESIGNED FOR YOU, WHETHER YOU ARE...

  • A very organized, rational, and logical individual who now wants to discover and assert your creative side.

  • A photography enthusiast who wants to step up their game and create some jaw dropping images.

  • Wanting to learn more advanced Photoshop Post Processing techniques.

  • Blessed with more gear than you really need and now want to know how to make great photographs.

  • Hoping to win some (or more) awards or get big bucks for your images.

  • Desiring to participate in an intensive 3 day experience that will provide you with knowledge that is personalized for your own needs and objectives.

  • If you choose to shoot in Long Exposure, that’s awesome and the Long Exposure technique will be explained. However, this is not a must as you may choose to shoot in any technique.

HOW WILL YOU BENEFIT FROM THIS FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP?

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Learn

the process of creating fine art photography from pre-visualizing your images through effective post processing techniques.

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You

will learn how to develop your own unique artistic approach to creating photos that are considered fine art.

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Understand

how people see and perceive the world around them and perhaps more importantly, be able to anticipate how people will react to your images.

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Grasp

how Long Exposure Photography and Extended Dynamic Range Imaging can assist in your exploration of Fine Art Digital Photography.

About the Instructor, Sharon Tenenbaum:

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Sharon is an internationally recognized Fine Art photographer. Originally trained as a Professional Civil Engineer, Tenenbaum is an entirely self-taught artist, having learned her craft through personal research and practical experience behind the camera.

Some of her achievements are a first place awards in the 2015, 2013, 2011 and 2008 International Photography Awards for her architectural images, a publication in National Geographic and publications of three books, a Vancouver Photography Book ‘Vancouver Like No Other’ and E-Books: ‘How to Create Long Exposure Fine Art Photography’, and ‘Left & Right Brain, A photographers understanding of these mindsets and how the affect our visual interpretation of art’.

Sharon teaches photography workshops around the world and photography courses at Langara College and Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC.

Hosting Hotel:

Classroom session will take place at Digital Transitions: 35 West 35th St, New York,NY

 

 

REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS:

All payments are refundable upon request of cancellation (except a $50 processing fee and the Paypal fee of 2.9%). Cancellations (except mentioned fees) are refunded in full up to 120 days prior to departure. Cancellations between 119 and 90 days prior to course start date are refunded 50% of total charges (less aforementioned fees), and between 89 and 60 days prior to course start date are refunded 25% of total charges (less aforementioned fees). No refunds will be issued with 59 days or less of course start date. If payment is not received in full 90 days prior to departure, we cannot guarantee your spot on the workshop as any participant wishing to register in full can take that spot.  In the event of low registration, the workshop will be cancelled and all fees will be refunded in full.

 

DISCLAIMER:

  • Please do not book flights and hotel until you have received final confirmation that the course is proceeding.

  • If you have registered and have not received notice of confirmation / cancellation, please email me to follow up.

  • The workshop itinerary is subject to changes due to weather or other constraints/demands.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

Please be prepared to walk and carry your photography gear. For some of the shooting outings we will walking and using the subway system.