Digital Photo Academy

Learn How To Use Your Digital Camera

High Line

High Line

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E-MAIL US AT DPAbooking@digitalphotoacademy.com OR CALL 1-877-372-2231 OR click here TO LEARN ABOUT OUR PRIVATE ALL DAY OR HALF DAY CLASS

ASK ABOUT OUR BACK-TO-BACK SAME DAY WORKSHOP OFFER STARTING WITH A SIT-DOWN SESSION FOLLOWED BY A 3-HOUR DEMONSTRATION PHOTO SHOOT, LED BY A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

Now that the High Line has a world-wide reputation, it shouldn’t surprise you that urban portraiture of every sort is abundantly available on the formally abandoned elevated track. Your DPA instructor will not only offer helpful tips and techniques for capturing the essence of the pedestrians lounging or walking below and on the path, but you will also gain insights for capturing adjacent and remote architecture of the city. And yes, even wild life quietly tucked away will be available to the observant photographer. You’ll learn to see the the photo ops as a variety of contrasting sensibilities from a post apocalyptic world to an abstraction of modern architecture or an urban natural landscape unlike any other.

With control of Aperture Priority you can create a pristine portrait with a blurred background the sets your subject in a parallel universe or capture a panoramic depiction of the madness of the scene on the High Line or the city around it.

Call Digital Photo Academy at 1 877 372 2231. Lots of people seem to hang up if our welcome recording comes on instead of a live voice, but we promise to return your message within a day or two if you leave one with your name and number.  It would be even better if you included your e mail address as well as the date and city of the class you are considering.  If leaving a voice mail message is not your thing, please email us at DPAbooking@digitalphotoacademy.com or Richard@digitalphotoacademy.com.

We’ll meet on the Northeast corner of 23rd St. and 10th Ave.

New York, NY 10011

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