Diana Cuautle (b. 1994, Bronx NY, USA) is a photographer who lives and works in New York. Using this medium to share with others her quirky perception since the beginning of the age 12. The art of shooting strictly analog photography, imbues her work to be seen with complete honesty and gives the viewer a saturated feeling of poetic justice.
The goal of this workshop is to help you improve your skills, to spend a lot of time out there to give you the chance to return with some fantastic and unique photographs that you will be proud of and most importantly enjoying it!
Some things that we'll conversate about:
Ethics and overcoming fear
Tips for capturing close-up, candid photographs
Capturing gesture, expression, and emotion
Telling stories and developing your voice
Light and composition
The history of famous street photographers
All skill levels and camera systems are welcome. If you havenít tried street photography before, we will practice what you need to know and help you get much more comfortable with it. New York is one of the easiest and best places to learn this skill.
Beginners Guide to Photography Class - Long Island City Socrates Sculpture Park - 10am - 3 hours
This class is for beginners who want to learn how the camera works, how to shoot in manual, and how to use natural light.
We will be going over how to make a proper exposure in your camera by understanding shutter speed, aperture, and ISO.
We will then talk about light; how to communicate different feelings with different times of day, direction, and intensity of light.