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Photography Workshop

ASA College

This is an orientation event for the new upcoming photography class at ASA College by NYC Fashion Photographer. This course is a hands-on workshop that focuses on the studio, product and portrait photography. The students will learn about the basics of lighting and also learn how to edit their photos in photoshop. Students will shoot and print their own photographs and the final outcomes will be exhibited in a gallery show.

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ASA COLLEGE MANHATTAN CAMPUS
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Starts at 2 pm
1293 Broadway, New York, NY 10001

February 2017
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