Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published May 3rd 2011
If you've always enjoyed taking pictures, and have been considering taking photography courses, New York City has the schools to help you do that. Once you've completed the courses, you'll have no trouble finding subjects and scenes to photograph.
You can find photography courses in Manhattan as well as other areas of New York City. In addition, you can learn at photography schools or studios that offer lessons, or from individuals.
You don't have to have plans to become a professional photographer to take advantage of the photography courses at New York Institute of Photography. This institute has actually developed three at-home photography courses, all designed to help you sharpen your photographic skills.
You can learn from anywhere at any time. You don't have to attend classes in a studio or learning center, wherever you are is your classroom. You'll still receive professional instruction, however, so don't worry about the quality of your courses.
This is a photography training business offering courses for beginners and those with some photography experiences. Basic courses are taught for those just now learning, and advanced classes are available for those who wish to expand their knowledge.
Once you taken the courses at Photo Manhattan, you're on your way to making photography a primary or secondary career. Or, if it's just always been a hobby and you want to get more out of it, this will help you do that.
Chris Corradino is a professional photographer who also holds a teaching license in Photography. He is available to help those who live in New York or the metropolitan New York area learn such techniques as manual exposure, histograms, and other aspects of photography, all of which will improve your photographs.
You can use equipment you already have; you don't have to go out and buy or rent a specific type. He'll help you use your favorite camera, flashes, and lenses in a way as to achieve maximum satisfaction.