Creating great photographs in a busy environment can seem intimidating at first, but this one day workshop will give you strategies for shooting well and quickly. Centering on the public activities in a busy Boston area, this class will introduce composition and technical methods for photographing interesting moments in fast-paced environments. The technical focus of this workshop is learning how to use and control shutter speed, so you are able to freeze and blur motion intentionally. The skills from this workshop can also be applied to photographing family gatherings, pets or while traveling.
Location: Rose Kennedy Greenway / Haymarket / City Hall Business District
Students are responsible for bringing their own DSLR camera with manual funtions and supplies. View the supply list.
Before registering for classes, please review Program Information and Policies.
To order tickets by phone, call 1-800-440-6975; to order in person, visit any MFA ticket desk.
About the Instructor
Georgie Friedman received her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in conjunction with Tufts University (2008) and her BA from UC, Santa Cruz (1996). Recent exhibitions include: Ripple Effect, Peabody Essex Museum, MA (2011-12); Above the Clouds (solo), concurrent exhibit at Carroll and Sons & Anthony Greaney, MA (2011); The 2010 DeCordova Biennial, MA; among others. She teaches a variety of photography and video based classes at several local institutions, including Boston College, SMFA and MassArt. Her current projects include photographic works and experiential video installations that highlight our physical relationship to interior vs. exterior elements and uncontrollable natural forces.