All workshops scheduled for 2020 have been cancelled due to COVID-19. Please check back in the early fall for the 2021 offerings.
Get to know your camera while following through with specific assignments that push creativity and understanding of basic photography. You will be given two to four assignments a day with each followed by a group review. You will also be introduced to basic Adobe Lightroom for photo editing. A DSLR, MIRRORLESS or RANGEFINDER camera with MANUAL settings is required. No previous photography experience is needed. Beginner and Beyond
*Photography workshops are taught in a second-floor walk-up studio*
Tuition: $335 (lunch is included)
Studio/Materials Fee: $0
Registration Fee: $30* (listed as "shipping" in cart) *Members use coupon code WAIVEFEE at check-out
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A professional photographer for more than four decades, who serviced clients such as Barnes & Noble, M&M Mars, Zurich North America, Poland Spring, and Samsung, among others, Joe began making short documentary films in 2010. His first love, however, is documentary photography. Joe’s work has appeared in many publications including Sports Illustrated, Family Circle, and Photo District News. He has completed international photo projects from Pakistan, Turkey, Cuba, and China. In addition to being an instructor of photography at Sussex County Community College, Joe leads photography groups to Cuba, Bhutan and Tuscany. He has completed an award-winning feature documentary film, Curtain of Water, about the U.S. embargo of Cuba, which has aired on PBS television and was screened at many colleges, universities, and organizations. Additional short films include: 2017: Concepts One Auction House, 2016: La Famiglia: Keeping It Together, 2003: Santeria: Life in the Religion, and 2010: The NJ Bear Hunt of 2010. www.joeg.com