Photographers preserve subjects' precious memories, abolishing the need to hastily scoop reflections out of nearby fountains. Seek permanence with today's Groupon to JP Teaches Photo. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a Holiday Lights or a Long Exposure class (a $70 value).
- For $55, you get both classes (a $140 value). One person can take both classes, or two people can take one each.
A professional photographer whose work has been published in The New York Times and GQ, JP Pullos leads students through the inner workings of their cameras, teaching them to capture the city’s charms on location. A two-hour Holiday Lights class teaches exposure, aperture, and shutter speed while capturing shots of Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue. As people skate, sing, and shop, students capture artistically framed moments of Christmas-tree awe, glittering shop windows, and curiously sentient snowmen. Alternatively, students can master nighttime landscapes with a Long Exposure class at sunset in Central Park. Nocturnal shutterbugs learn to adjust camera functions and capture brilliant images in spite of the darkness. JP encourages his students to bring flashlights to play with long-exposure light painting and tripods, though he'll also delve into camera stabilization without a tripod. For the Holiday Lights class, cameras of any variety are welcome at each class, including point-and-shoot and SLR, but for the Long Exposure class, it is recommended to bring a camera in which the shutter speed and aperture can be manually set.
JP Teaches Photo
Having enlightened more than 4,000 novice photographers to date and seen his work appear in the New York Times and GQ, JP Pullos has credentials that broadcast his photo capability. Drawing from this wealth of experience, JP instructs students of the photo arts on the finer points of their camera, whether that be a DSLR or compact point-and-shoot. Through an intuitive teaching method and learning-by-doing, pupils gain confidence in how to frame stunning portraits, capture images in any lighting conditions, and optimally use their camera's features.