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87 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017 87 East 42nd Street, New York Directions

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Learned some quick tips to instantly change the composition of my photos. Loved the hands on instruction in a small class.
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It was a very informative and enjoyable session.
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Bought it as a gift, and it was well received.
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I really liked the class. The teacher is very helpful and challenges you rto try new shots as well as see the world in a different way.
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It was fun and a teacher was really good.
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Judith Farber owes her style of documentary photography, in part, to her first workshop in the 1970s with Ansel Adams and Yousuf Karsh. Instead of lugging around one of the massive 8”x10” view camera, she decided that she'd rather capture candid, behind-the-scenes images of the masters as they taught the class. Farber then began working as a photojournalist, seeing her photos credited in newspapers, magazines, and books all over the world. After traveling the globe for airlines and travel bureaus and cofounding the educational, member-based website Photoworkshop.com, Farber went on to teach composition to Tibetan children in Dharamsala, Chinese school kids, and New Yorkers—via her most recent teaching endeavor, Sundays In New York.

Farber teaches her students to share her love of street photography, showing them how to find the light and moments of energy that elevate snapshots into art.

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