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Cleveland

Cleveland

Welcome to the DPA workshops in Cleveland. Classes are taught by professional photographers James Wyman, Alex Lippisch, Jeffrey Eric Bishop and Michael Steinberg.

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    “I had a great time yesterday taking pictures at the University Circle and discussing with you about composition and post processing. Composing shots with a broad viewpoint has always been my problem area, and I believe I have learned quite a few things that would help me going forward. The time you spent on Lightroom was also very valuable and I have tried to utilize those tools while post processing the shots I took yesterday.”

    – Soumen Bhattacharya



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    “Alex, this class was fantastic. It rivaled any of the workshops I recently took at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. For example, many of the teachers there placed an emphasis on impressing the students. You on the other hand, put the emphasis on explaining and teaching. I really learned a lot from you.”

    – Ernie Pisciotti



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    “I was in your sports photography session two weeks ago that went to Gymnastics World. I really learned a ton from your session. I mean an absolute ton!”

    – Mike Murray



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    “I really enjoyed the class I took with Jeff Bishop last Sunday at Tower city. I learned some new information along with getting to take pictures at a great place. I plan on taking some additional classes in the future.
    Here are some of the shots I took that day.”

    -Kristy Begovich


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    ” I have never shot in manual before, this was my first time. All of us in the class were beginner and Jeff did a great job of slowing down and making sure we understood the basics before jumping into things… I learned a lot! ”

    -Ashley Frasher


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    ” My first class with DPA, and I learned a lot from Jeff!”

    -Lindsey Marrero


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    “Great class with Jeff Bishop at the CLE Metroparks Zoo!”

    -Mary Carol


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    “Thanks, Jeff. We enjoyed the class. In case new York wants proof you were teaching, here is a picture!”

    -George


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    “The class was great! I think that my husband and I were somewhere in the middle of the group when it came to photography. You did an outstanding job of meeting the needs of everyone in the group, which must have been quite a challenge since this was an extremely diverse group. I learned a lot – and my biggest take away…..Don’t pack up and leave seconds after the sun goes down at sunset. The sky just lights up for those 20 minutes following sunset, and I have missed it all these years, especially at the beach!!!! So many wasted opportunities! Also, I didn’t know that the histogram existed, and how helpful that is! Even though I am usually technologically challenged, you made many of the technical aspects of camera functions quite understandable. Your class has made me excited to keep learning.”

    – Michelle Fox


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    “Thanks for teaching this class, I really enjoyed it. Here are a few of my favorite shots that I captured.”

    – Matt Knott


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    “This was my first Composition in the Field Photography class. I never heard of DPA until my daughter saw a Groupon for the class and asked me to go with her to the class. I am glad I went. We attended the Composition in Field class at the Westside Market in Cleveland Ohio. The DPA instructor was Jeff Bishop. I enjoyed the experience and learned a lot about taking pictures in a low light environment. We will be attending another session with Jeff in July.”

    – Debbie


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    “I had a great experience with Jeff Bishop and the 12 other students in our composition class on Saturday (June 16) at the Cleveland West Side Market. I am fairly comfortable with composition in general but I learned some other things that were very valuable to me. One was the experience of shooting in low light on the fly and the difficulties it brings, and the other was some great advice from Jeff about photographing people candidly or with their permission. Jeff said to try to feel out the individual, see if they are smiling and might be approachable..if not move on. This was the first time I had ever asked a complete stranger if I could photograph them. I asked approximately 13 people, only two declined and the rest said yes! It was a great confidence boost and I will take this with me the next time(s) I am in this situation:)”

    – Bryan Szucs



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    “Thanks for the sensational day. I am committed to going raw! Hope there will be more chances to get to learn from you, since you do so well to adapt to the level of need before you.”

    – Pat Cornelius



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    “Hi Alex, I enjoyed your Intermediate photo workshop very much. I received a great deal to think about as well as inspiration to develop more skills with Photoshop (I recently got access to the CS2 version). I am interested in your Advanced class–perhaps in the Fall.

    The attached pics show off the present level of my selection skills using the “magic extractor” tools of Elements 5. The Quick Fix feature makes this pretty simple. I also used “layers” to create the background.”

    – Harold Kaiman



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    “Thanks for a great class yesterday. I will post a couple of my pictures sometime next week as I am going to be out of town the rest of this week.

    I went outside today around 5:30 and did some shooting on my wife’s flowers and experimented with fill flash and other things learned yesterday.

    Trying to make sure I shoot something everyday to keep honing the skills.

    Thanks again.”

    – Dick Beery



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    “Alex – Just wanted to thank you again for the wonderful class on Sunday. Learned a lot, just hope I can retain some of it! As an aside, when we were trying to get my flash to work as it was supposed to in the studio, I reset all the defaults. What I neglected to do was reset the camera to RAW, so all of my outside photos were in normal JPEG. They still turned out fine and actually have a few I’m quite happy with. I have reset the camera now and have been shooting in RAW since then. Again, thanks for sharing your expertise, you are a terrific teacher. Best of luck, hope to cross paths again.”

    – Mark Hardymon



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    “Good morning Alex. Thank you again for your time (and patience!) yesterday teaching us all about our cameras. I truly enjoyed the class. Now I just have to find the time to play around with it and get to where these things come to me w/out thinking! Good luck with that, right?

    Have a great day and thanks again; I truly enjoyed the class.”

    – Amanda Clancy


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