Next weekend, we’re hosting what’s going to be an awesome street photography workshop right here in Brooklyn, NY, and ending with a fantastic, high quality BBQ dinner.
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This session is designed for photographers who find their flow pounding the pavement, camera in hand, eyes wide and searching for light.
Circumnavigating Brookyln, our goal is to guide you through the tips and tricks that best suit a street photographer’s flow. Some of those include Scale and Hyperfocal techniques, Metering methodologies and low light flow after the sun has set.
This workshop will help Photographers looking to tell the stories they cross paths with just walking down the block. You’ll learn all about making work faster and more accurately, pursuing images that are laced with narrative and distinctly styled in your own unique way.
Shooters of all skill levels and equipment styles are welcome, street photography is not only a fantastic art form on its own, but a great way as a photographer creating within any genre to keep yourself fresh, stretching your creative muscles, practicing and getting to know your equipment intimately enough to be able to make work unobstructed.
We start at a secret location in Brookyln for those who need a quick bite or a beer before traversing Brooklyn. Mining the streets of Brooklyn, finding images well worth capturing in a number of different settings, before returning to the swine at the end of the night for drinks and discussion of the day.
Limited kits are suggested, but participants are welcome to bring whatever gear they would like to carry for the duration of the photowalk (approx 5 miles) Tripods are not a necessity for the Low Light section.
$150 participation fee (dinner included)
About the Instructor – Daniel Sawyer Schaefer – OutlierImagery.com @OutlierImagery
Photographer, Writer & Recovering Magician. Daniel is an LA raised New York aged Photographer and Television Writer, specializing in hyper narrative imagery and alternative optics. Pairing classic lenses with the best modern technology the market has to offer to create images that give “Neo-Noir” a whole new meaning. Daniel is known for his Street photography and low light portraiture, as well as his writings on alternative equipment and image making approaches in addition to the Zombie Apocalypse.
Phoblographer Editor in Chief Chris Gampat will also be present.