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Drop In Photography – Classes & Workshops

Drop in Photography | March Classes & Workshops

What is “Drop in Photography”?

You don’t have to study every recipe in existence before you start cooking right? Well, you don’t need understand EVERYTHING about your camera before you take a picture either. This is the mistake so many students AND instructors make which leads to boring, unfulfilling classes. Thus think of Drop In Photography like you would cook book. You choose the technique you are hungry to learn RIGHT NOW,  and I layout the recipe and guide you through it!

Amateur, Intermediate or Advanced, Everyone is Welcome!

If you’ve never baked a cake in your life, you’re probably going to follow the recipe exactly and cross your fingers that it comes out just as tasty and fluffy as it is in the picture. If you bake cakes regularly, you might follow the recipe but improvise a little switching chocolate for vanilla or make it two layers instead of one. If you’re a pâtissier, you don’t even need a recipe, you understand the theory of cake baking and can dream up your own tastes and designs. But even the seasoned pâtissier may have questions, like how to create a mirror glaze or fondant.

Sorry if I’m making you hungry, but it was the best analogy I cold think up at 2am of for how Drop in Photography classes are structured.

  • Beginners will follow the instructor step by step and learn where the required settings are on their camera, what they do, and why we have chosen them.
  • Intermediate students can try to anticipate the settings and then improvise/experiment when comfortable perhaps choosing a slightly different angle, focal length or camera setting.
  • Advanced photographers can pursue their own vision and seek out the instructor for questions, suggestions and new techniques . They may also team up with beginner students and share their knowledge because after all, the best way to learn is to teach!

From Start to Finish

Experience a great sense of satisfaction when you conceptualize, capture, edit and share your image all in the same class. My goal is that EVERY STUDENT goes home with at least one picture they are proud of. Editing is every bit as important as taking the photo so I encourage you to take the full class but you may also do half the class if you prefer.

Half Class | 1 Hour 30 Minutes | 30 USD / 35,000 KRW

1.  Meet on location
2.  Plan the shot
3.  Take the shot

Full Class – 2 Hours 30 Minutes | 50 USD / 60,000 KRW

1.  Meet on location
2.  Plan the shot
3.  Take the shot
4.  Edit the shot (laptop and editing software is highly recommended)
5.  Share the shot
6.  Critique the shot

Saturday March 11th – Stunning Silhouettes

Class TitleDrop in Photography - Stunning Silhouettes
DescriptionLearn how to capture stunning silhouettes in this workshop. Topics include:
-what makes a good silhouette
-general camera settings
-how to shoot in manual for the best results
-choosing the right background
-posing the model for maximum effect
-getting creative with props
-shooting other objects
-importing image to computer
-how to edit your images to make them even stronger
-how to keep your images looking great on Facebook and Instagram
LocationNational Museum of Korea | CLICK FOR MAP
Dates & TimesSaturday March 11th | 13:00 - 15:30
CapacityMaximum 12 students
Price$50 USD / 60,000 KRW Per Student
Requirementsa. Minimum 4 students are required to run this course
b. Students should have a camera that offers manual control over aperture, shutter speed and iso
c. Payment must be received in full by March 8th be enrolled in the course
*If minimum enrolment is not met all payments will be fully refunded in 5 working days

Saturday March 18th – Freezing the Action

Class TitleDrop in Photography - Freezing the Action
DescriptionLearn how to capture stunning silhouettes in this workshop. Topics include:
-what is action photography
-finding the right angles and light
-general camera settings
-how to capture high speed objects without blurriness
-how to maximize your chances of a good shot
-creating a clone shot
-importing images to your computer
-how to edit your images to make them even stronger
-how to keep your images looking great on Facebook and Instagram
LocationNanji Skate Park | CLICK FOR MAP
Dates & TimesSaturday March 18th | 13:00 - 15:30
CapacityMaximum 12 students
Price$50 USD / 60,000 KRW Per Student
Requirementsa. Minimum 4 students are required to run this course
b. Students should have a camera that offers manual control over aperture, shutter speed and iso
c. Payment must be received in full by March 8th be enrolled in the course
*If minimum enrolment is not met all payments will be fully refunded in 5 working days

Saturday March 25th – Painting with Light

Class TitleDrop in Photography - Painting with Light
DescriptionLearn how to paint with light in this workshop. Topics include:
-what is light painting
-tools for light painting
-general camera settings
-long exposures
-painting techniques
-getting creative with props and people
-importing images to your computer
-how to edit your images to make them even stronger
-how to keep your images looking great on Facebook and Instagram
LocationBanpo Hangang Park | CLICK FOR MAP
Dates & TimesSaturday March 25th | 19:00 - 21:30
CapacityMaximum 12 students
Price$50 USD / 60,000 KRW Per Student
Requirementsa. Minimum 4 students are required to run this course
b. Students should have a camera that offers manual control over aperture, shutter speed and iso
c. Payment must be received in full by March 8th be enrolled in the course
*If minimum enrolment is not met all payments will be fully refunded in 5 working days





If you have any problems please call Greg at 010 3398 4734 for help.

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