Do you love photography and want to further develop your skills with a camera?
Here is an opportunity in November to attend a four week photography workshop being lead by Chris Corradino at Keirunga.
Corradino is a licensed photographic instructor who works with students of all experience levels. Chris arrived here from New York just before the first lockdown and is here to stay with his partner and two little sons. He has already set up the New Zealand Photo School and is keen to share his passion for photography with people in Hawke’s Bay.
In four sessions at Keirunga Creative Hub he explores the functions of the camera and composition; a sunset shoot to practice taking photographs and the skills and creativity of lightroom editing. Sessions begin on Wednesday November 11 and run 7-9pm weekly. There is a maximum of ten places.
His recent teaching experience includes 10 years with the New York Institute of Photography, a residency at the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park, and leading international workshops in Italy, the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and New Zealand. Smithsonian Journeys recently recognized these efforts by naming him a Study Leader.
His work has been internationally published including USA Today, Wall Street Journal, National Geographic online, and most recently the prestigious Mint Images catalog. As the author of three eBooks and over 200 how-to articles, Corradino has developed proven methods that inspire and challenge photographers to fulfill their creative dreams.
“My camera is a vessel of self expression,” Carradino says. ‘Through the lens I learn more about myself and the world around me and while I’ve had the honour of sharing my images with a worldwide audience, perhaps my greatest joy comes from teaching others how to control their camera and fulfill their creative vision.”
Enrol by email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: November 11, 18, 25, December 2. Time: 7-9pm
Workshop fee: $180.
Venue: Keirunga Gardens, 6 Puflett Road, Havelock North.