Tuesdays, 4, 11, 18 October
10:00am – 1:00pm
Paris is a city made for exploration and discovery. No matter how many days, months or years you have been here, there are always new subjects to discover and secrets to unearth in every part of Paris.
In this course we will practice, practice, practice the art and technique of photography by exploring the city, from the known to the unknown, from lively quartiers to tranquil corners, from traditional Paris to the 21st century. Join us as we discover the real Paris via our own personal artistic perspective.
Each class will start in a café of the chosen quartier to discuss the photo lessons of the session. You’ll explore the area on a mission to really see the light, colors, characters, details, lines, forms and shapes. You’ll get hands-on practice with your camera and have your questions answered on the spot. At the end of each class, you’ll review the images from the previous week’s expedition to learn from the successes and challenges.
Students can expect to:
become more familiar with their camera;
learn about exposure, composition, and how to engage their subjects;
have their technical questions answered directly;
participate in a friendly critique session of their work.
Suitable for all levels of photographers
Instructor: Meredith Mullins is a popular photo instructor and fine-art photography mentor, an internationally exhibited photographer and a winner of international photography competitions, including the Grand Concours Photo sur Paris, PX3 Competition, Julia Margaret Cameron Award, and Worldwide Gala Photo Awards. She is the author of the award-winning book In a Paris Moment and the Director and Co-Founder of the International Fine Art Photography Competition.
Photo Credit: Bob Levy (WICE Photography)