Soho Gallery for Digital Art Coupons and Deals
Today's lighting equipment gives photographers more options than they had a century ago, when photos could only be taken outdoors during a flash of lightning. Learn modern photographic techniques with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $39 for Digital 101, street, night photography, or iPhoneography workshop ($90 value) $69 for Digital 101, street, night photography, or iPhoneography workshop for two ($180 value) Instructors welcome everyone to their hands-on classes, teaching students regardless of age, camera, or experience level. In Digital 101, they demonstrate how to handle a camera's manual settings and think about a shot, covering everything from lighting techniques ...
Learning how to take great photos? Great goal to have. Viewing your new works of art on the digital walls of a high-tech studio in SoHo? Priceless. With this experience from The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art, immerse yourself in the glow of photographic bliss for two and a half hours as an professional master of the camera-arts (like a Pulitzer-prize winner, university prof, or MOMA-exhibitor) offers instruction, pointers, tips and tricks to framing the perfect shot. Tour downtown and SoHo and the instructors do the rest. After you've soaked in the insights, you and your group will head to the SoHo Gallery for Digital Art where your best new photos will be displayed on the digital frames in this upscale and newly remodeled studio. Sip wine, taste delicious cheeses, and comment to the other guests just how inspiring that particular photo over there is (and yes, it's yours). You've hit the big time.
From the bears on Wall Street to the cool cats on Bleecker Street, there is plenty of "wildlife" downtown. Capture these compelling characters in their natural habitats -- while boosting your camera skills -- with a photo safari from SoHo Gallery for Digital Art. Pay $45 (regularly $90) for a two-hour digital photography workshop, led by a seasoned shutterbug -- available on select Sundays (April 29, May 20, June 24, July 15, August 19, and September 23). With your camera in tow (no special equipment or experience necessary), you'll capture the architecture, people, and hustle-bustle of this exciting part of Manhattan, all while picking up tips on composition, lighting, and more. One month later, everyone in the class will flock back to the beautiful gallery for an exhibition of his or her work, where you'll show friends and family you aren't monkeying around when it comes to expert shots.