Please join me for 3 hours to fine tune your intuition and your eye at Eataly!
This is a great location to photograph food, color, shapes, and people. What is Eataly? From their website: Eataly, the largest artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in the world, is finally here in New York. Two years after Oscar Farinetti opened his groundbreaking food and wine market in Turin, Italy, he has teamed up with Mario Batali, Joe Bastianich, and Lidia Matticchio Bastianich of Batali-Bastianich (B&B) Hospitality Group to transform a 50,000 square - foot space in the Flatiron District into New York City’s premier culinary mecca. The marketplace located at 200 Fifth Avenue (the former Toy Building) is the city's ultimate destination for food lovers to shop and taste and savor – an extravaganza includes a premier retail center for Italian delicacies and wine, a culinary educational center, and a diverse slate of boutique eateries. This gourmand's delight features cured meats and cheeses, fruits and vegetables, fresh meats, fresh fish, handmade pasta, desserts and baked goods and coffees.
We will conduct exercises to tune you into your intuition, and learn how to take photographs by following it. In addition, we will focus on the differences between looking, observing and seeing. Throughout the class I will be giving feedback on how to better the composition of your photographs. You will notice that by the end of the class you will not only be looking at the world with an eye of a photographer, but will have better photographs to prove it!
Please bring only your camera and one lens - no tripods or other equipment/lenses needed.
Our 3 hr creative class is open to all levels and all digital cameras. An email will be sent with detailed information about meeting point after registering. No refund will be issued if you cancel within 24 hrs of class start time. We offer a 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the session.