Taking photos is a great way to document your life and convince yourself at any given moment that you're not just a brain floating in a jar somewhere. Get existential evidence with this Groupon.
$44 for a Two-Hour Photography Class ($99 Value)
Students can learn about applications during iPhoneography, practice long exposure photography during Night, Night sessions, try their hand at light painting during Shot in the Dark, or bring a tripod to take pictures with a furry friend during Masters and Pets classes. Click here to view the class schedule. Meeting places for each workshop vary, and on-location classes are weather dependent; purchasers will receive confirmation of the location via email a few days before their class.
roberta fineberg photography
Before Roberta Fineberg was an award-winning photographer, author, and teaching artist, she was a newbie, giddy with excitement when the Saturday Review published one of her photographs. Before long, her work appeared in French magazines and on book jackets for publishers such as Harcourt and Simon & Schuster. Her love of pets lead to the writing of her first book, City Riders, a story in words and pictures about three teenage girls in New York City and their shared love of horses, published by Macmillan.
When she isn't snapping dramatic portraits or offering her skills to businesses in need of creative advertising, she chronicles events and cultural milestones in her signature candid, emotional style. Roberta also shares her experience and skill with others during NYC Spark your Creativity workshops, designed to get students off the beaten path, looking at the city in a new light to boost their creativity.
NYC Spark Your Creativity (SPY)
Before shooting with an iPhone, Roberta Fineberg used a film camera and Dslr for dramatic portraits, events, and cultural milestones in her signature candid, emotional style. Roberta shares her brand of photography in her iPhoneography photo hunts at NYC Spark Your Creativity. Travel, be outdoors, meet people, and have some fun. Capture pixels while engaging in a hands-on activity and book a private photo experience over the holidays for your group, party, or team. Max out your smartphone’s technical and creative potential: pick up 2 to 4 technical and aesthetic tips and tricks for improving your images of people, places, and things. With a variety of creative possibilities and apps you will be reveling in the artsy images you create with your device of the world’s greatest cities.