Photographs can prove that you were once at a specific location, much like carving your name into a tree trunk or geocaching a lock of your own hair. Leave your mark without altering the landscape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for one How Do I Use My Camera? Part 1 photography class (a $97 value)
- $55 for two How Do I Use My Camera? Part 1 photography classes (a $194 value)
Students enroll in the beginning on-location group class held in Central Park. How Do I Use My Camera? Part 1 covers basic topics such as shutter speed, exposure, and aperture in 3 hours.
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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.
I learned more in one class with JP than I have in 30 years of being a photo enthusiast.Edmundo R., Yelp, 12/4/12
His teaching style is thorough, clear, patient, and engaging.Elaine H., Yelp, 10/10/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great class! Knowledgeable and friendly instructor. You meet and take the class on the streets of NYC so make sure to go to the bathroom BEFORE class :) and wear a...”
“Great class! Knowledgeable and friendly instructor. You meet and take the class on the streets of NYC so make sure to go to the bathroom BEFORE class :) and wear a backpack to keep your hands free for your camera. You'll have fun and learn a lot.”
“Truly a great merchant, instructor, educator, his care & thoughtfulness show in both the lecture and practical use portions of this class.”
“Excellent overview and JP is an outstanding instructor.”