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Join acclaimed Macro Photographer, Author and Podcaster Don Komarechka for a new 4 week photography seminar that weaves science and art together to help photographers of every skill level understand the limitations of both our cameras and our own vision and then step beyond those limits.
Understanding Vision and Beauty: What is reality? A camera sees the world fundamentally differently that we do. What you remember is not what you saw, and the concept of “beauty” is a construct in our heads. We’ll unravel the differences between how a camera operates and how we perceive the world – the more differences we understand the better photographer we become.
The Universe at Our Feet: Macro photography yields countless possibilities in your own backyard or kitchen table. Since macro photographers play by a different rulebook, we’ll investigate the rules that macro photographers embrace and learn to meet macro photography’s technical challenges. We’ll demonstrate some interesting setups to try at home to add to your photography toolkit.
Capturing Invisible Light: Infrared and Ultraviolet: Hiding in plain sight is a fantasy world of surreal landscapes and patterns on the smallest scale that are invisible to us. Exploring this world of invisible light is an adventure that’s easier to explore than you might imagine. As a live demonstration, we will make flowers glow magically in ultraviolet light and learn how to recreate this process.
The Life of a Photographer: Making a living from photography is a huge challenge as is the cost of new equipment for photography enthusiasts. What creative solutions can you apply to your own process to build an audience and make money? How far would you go and what risks would you take? With many anecdotes and examples, we’ll showcase the accomplishments and failures in the professional and amateur world of photography.
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
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As we continue to stay on top of the latest science and directives around Covid 19, we're rescheduling classes, pending status updates.
Because we're committed to providing you with maximum flexibility in these uncertain times, if you register for a class that we must later reschedule and you're unable to attend, you will be welcome to request either a credit towards a future class or a refund. We're all in this together.
Princeton Photo Workshop limits class size to provide the best possible learning experience to our students. Moreover, we rely on your attendance to make important arrangements, including rentals and other preparations.
If you are unable to attend a class or workshop, please contact us at [email protected] as soon as possible. No refunds are available within 14 days of a class or workshop, however if you cancel up to 2 days prior to the class, we are pleased to offer a credit toward a future Princeton Photo Workshop class. If you cancel within 48 hours of the class, we offer a credit of 50% of your payment toward a future Princeton Photo Workshop class or workshop.
Princeton Photo Workshop reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule any class. In the event that Princeton Photo Workshop must cancel a class or workshop, registrants will receive a full refund.
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Learn how to make better pictures. Are you one of the many photographers who loves to shoot pictures? Do you want to be among the few who learn how to make your photos exceptional?
As new cameras and processing software become available, the need for you to learn more becomes increasingly important....
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An artist statement is an ever-evolving text used to describe what you make an why. Many artists struggle with it. Some hope to avoid it altogether. But, whether you are applying to school, an open call, or for funding, the artist statement is a fundamental part of sharing your artwork with the world. In this online workshop, students will be given...
Monday Nov 28th, 10am - 12pm Central Time(2 sessions)
Have you been thinking about buying a digital camera but find it confusing? Remove the mystery by exploring features, sizes, and price points of many levels and brands of cameras. Whether you haven’t taken a picture since film days or are completely new to the hobby, all are welcome and no camera is required. This class will be taught online...
Saturday Dec 3rd, 9am - 11am Central Time
We all live on social media these days so it’s important to understand how to create stories that can communicate with our audience, be those customers, subscribers, NGO’s, clients or even our children & grandchildren. If you’re a business owner, advocate, journalist, social media influencer or parent, this class will help you learn how...
Saturday Dec 3rd, 9am - 12pm Pacific Time(4 sessions)
What makes a good photograph? How do you choose the better of two similar pictures? Join renowned photographer Craig Semetko as he breaks down his own work to clearly explain the elements that go into making quality photographs. By touching on the ingredients of The Photographer’s DIET (Design, Information, Emotion, and Timing), Semetko will show...
Saturday Dec 3rd, 10am - 11:30am Pacific Time
In this webinar you’ll learn creative techniques for shooting, editing, stylizing and outputting with your iPhone and iPad. You’ll gain new confidence every time you pick up your iPhone to capture a landscape, portrait or family event. Discover all the features of your iPhone/iPad camera that empower you to make photos you always thought...
Saturday Jan 21st, 10am - 11:30am Pacific Time
This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Professional prop stylist Robin Zachary shares her insights on styling photos using botanicals. She'll demonstrate how to curate a variety of tabletop settings, including modern, vintage, and rustic photos using botanicals. Please be advised that this class is...
Saturday Jan 21st, 11am - 1pm Eastern Time
Bright Lights: Tips and tricks for photographing Your Holiday Lights Set up your smartphone, DSLR, or mirrorless camera to capture sharp, crisp, and whimsical photographs of holiday lights, candles, and decorations Have you ever wondered how to photograph your holiday decorations without accidental and distracting motion blur or the odd color casts...
Saturday Dec 10th, 10am - 1pm Central Time
Discover the art and techniques of landscape photography in this fast-paced introduction Get inspired ready to shoot your own compelling images in nature. In this two-part workshop, you will receive practical and technical guidance, including key camera settings to use when photographing in the wild! You will also be introduced to examples of contemporary...
Sunday Dec 11th, 2pm - 5pm Central Time(2 sessions)
Learn the techniques and principles of photography. You will explore the basics of photography, including image composition rules, how the camera works, proper exposure, and the functions of lens aperture and shutter speed. The course requires a digital SLR camera. No previous experience is required. This class will be taught online via Zoom....
Thursday Jan 5th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm Central Time(4 sessions)
The Bauhaus School was one of the most influential art and design schools in the twentieth century. Founded in 1919 in Weimar, it represented the zeitgeist of a modernizing and changing society in Germany between the wars. In this class you will draw inspiration by studying the Bauhaus aesthetics and artists like László Moholy-Nagy who continued...
Wednesday Jan 11th, 9:30am - 12:30pm Central Time(6 sessions)
In this course, a logical continuation for students who have completed both Basic Photography Part 1 and Basic Photography Part 2, students will continue to learn basic camera operation and photography fundamentals while practicing and refining their process for achieving a unique photographic vision. The class focuses on personal projects—a series...
Saturday Jan 14th, 10am - 11:30am Pacific Time(12 sessions)
Photography is a lifelong journey, a practice that's never over. This course will give you the skills and training to start taking better pictures with your digital camera. Part 1: Digital Camera Essentials - Live, fully interactive virtual learning In the first session, we'll introduce you to the essential functions of your digital camera,...
Saturday Jan 21st, 10am - 12pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
Saturday Jan 21st, 10am - 12pm Eastern Time
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