If you have ever wanted to learn how to create photos like the pros, this fun, free event for kids and parents will be a great way to spend part of your Saturday afternoon!
Join American Photographic Artists New York's interim co-chair Paul Ip (@thepicreative) and member Robert Ripps (@robertripps) for a fun and informative photo walk around Tribeca. This photo walk will teach you how to make better photos regardless if you have a camera or a smartphone. You'll learn photography fundamentals like composition, utilizing light and shadow, and how to think creatively as we photograph people, places, and things around Tribeca. Best of all, you’ll have a fun-filled afternoon learning and making photos together — just in time to capture fabulous photos of your holiday gatherings!
This activity is geared to kids of all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited. Please RSVP.
This event is part of APA-NY’s 2nd Annual Soho Week, juried photography exhibit at Soho Photo Gallery (happening December 5-10), so we’ll be starting out our walk from the gallery.
APA New York is the Northeast regional chapter of American Photographic Artists (APA) the country’s leading non-profit advocate for commercial photographers. We organize events, negotiate benefits for our members, hold seminars, promote our members’ work, organize photo contests, and much more.
APA’s mission is Successful Photographers.
Our goal is to establish, endorse and promote professional practices, standards, and ethics in the photographic community. We seek to mentor, motivate, educate and inspire in the pursuit of excellence. Our aim is to champion and speak as one common voice for image-makers to the photographic industry in the United States and the World.