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at Los Angeles Center of Photography - East Hollywood
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This seven-session class will introduce students to street photography. We’ll study historic and contemporary street shooters and make our own candid photographs in a variety of Los Angeles locations. We’ll meet once a week on Monday evenings, for lecture and critique, and once a week on Saturdays for a hands-on practice session.
Topics covered in class include what is good content and composition, how to capture a mood or a moment, and how to see light. Additional topics will include strategies for photographing candidly; the power of the decisive moment; how to approach strangers, and techniques for street portraiture. We’ll discuss equipment choices and lens selection, as well as the laws and ethics of shooting on the street, and best practices for brave but careful shooting.
Saturday field trips will be determined in-class, both times and locations, considering festivals, events, and parades.
We will look at works by haiku masters, soak our minds in them, and have short periods of sitting meditation and timed writing. We will explore different angles to writing this ancient and modern form. Natalie Goldberg will instruct us how to receive the haiku and get out of the way, so that writing does writing.
Bring notebook and pen (computers not necessary), and please wear comfortable clothing.
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Los Angeles Center of Photography
East Hollywood, Hollywood
5481 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90029 East Hollywood, Hollywood
5481 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90029
The building is located on the northeast corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Western Ave. Please enter the building on Santa Monica Blvd. Once inside, please proceed to the 2nd floor via the stairs or elevator. On the second level, you will be greeted by an electronic billboard letting you know which room the class will be held in (The Shirley Dawn Room, The California Room, The Kansas Room OR The Common Room). An underground parking structure can be found very close at: 1110 North Western Ave., Hollywood, CA 90029. Please bring $5 cash to park in the parking lot. There is also street metered parking as well if you rather park on the street.
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The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP), a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, is a photo center devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. The organization offers nearly 150 photography classes and workshops...
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at Los Angeles Center of Photography - East Hollywood 312 N Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA USA, Los Angeles, California 90004
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Saturday Apr 1st, 1pm - 9pm Pacific Time
at Los Angeles Center of Photography - East Hollywood 5481 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90029
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Tuesday Apr 18th, 7pm - 10pm Pacific Time
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