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Hugh and Ted are teaming up to offer a three day experience in New York City where you will grow your street photography skills in one of the most iconic settings for this genre of photography anywhere in the world.

And have a blast doing it.

We’ll delve into the history of street photography; go broad and deep on gear choices and techniques; teach you how to expose and compose effectively; perhaps even challenge you on the meaning of your work and help you refine or develop your unique photographic “voice.”

But most importantly: we’ll get you on the streets of New York with like-minded photographers!


photos by Sean Tucker

photos by Sean Tucker

ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTORS

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Ted is a photographer and filmmaker. He produces a successful YouTube channel called The Art of Photography. He is an alumni of the Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and the University of North Texas. His award-winning work centers around photography education and he has worked with many of the great living photographers of our generation as part of his Artist Series project. The Artist Series is an ongoing project of short documentaries on photographers including William Wegman, Keith Carter, Harold Feinstein, Laura Wilson, Alexey Titarenko, Graciela Iturbide, Lourdes Grobet, David Brookover and Pedro Meyer.

Before producing the Art of Photography, Ted worked as a freelancer for clients including DJI, Hasselblad, Canon, The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Opera and many others. He spent 9 years as a professor at Brookhaven College, served for 5 years as an executive board member with the Dallas Society of Visual Communications and spent 7 years as the Head of Digital Media at the Dallas Museum of Art.


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Hugh fell in love with photography the moment he held a Kodachrome slide up to the light for the very first time. He was 7. He built his first darkroom by the age of 12. Worked in a camera store by the age of 14. By 16, he was running the photography program at a summer camp in Maine. But life has a way of intruding, and Hugh’s path into adulthood was academia, the corporate world and start-ups.

Fortunate enough to retire early, he rediscovered photography, added screenwriting and filmmaking - and has embraced the power of YouTube and Instagram. His love for and knowledge of the art are clear; his enthusiasm, infectious.


photos by Sean Tucker

photos by Sean Tucker

Dates

March 25-27, 2019

Location

We are incredibly fortunate to have the support of Hasselblad and the use of their New York Experience Studio in NoHo, Manhattan.

632 Broadway Floor 2, New York, NY 10012

PRICING

$1500

Space is limited and booking travel ahead of time is usually more economical, so we encourage you to sign up early.

Early Bird & Other Specials:

  • $1,350 if you book by February 22nd (10% off): use discount code EARLY BIRD at checkout.

  • Thanks to the good folks at Pod Brooklyn (our go-to hotel when we visit New York) attendees are entitled to a 5% discount - just email us once you’ve signed up, and we’ll send you the code to use when booking through their web site!

  • Thanks to our friend Charlie at citizenM (a brand new go-to for us when we want to be in Manhattan proper), attendees are entitled to a 15% discount - just email us once you’ve signed up, and we’ll send you the code to use when booking through their web site!

  • We can’t tell you the details yet (shhh!), but we will have some VERY interesting gear for you to play with as well.

OTHER NOTES

Lunch will be served on site at the Experience Studio Monday and Tuesday, with plenty of coffee and water!

Travel & accommodations not included.

We look forward to seeing you!


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