Date: Tuesday, August 2 // 7-9pm 

In this open social, photographer and Con Artist member Liam Cotter will show you how to snatch a slice of fleeting time out of the air and record it forever. Putting it less pretentiously, he’ll show you how to take a halfway decent photograph with the best camera you happen to have, whether that’s a DSLR, the Point and Shoot your mom gave you for Christmas 3 years ago or the phone in your pocket. The principals are the same it’s just a question of applying them.
 
About the Presenter
Liam Cotter is a photographer and fine art printer based in Greenwich Village. His principal area of interest is in street photography, as a means of celebrating the beauty of the seemingly everyday. He has cerebral palsy, which he believes has lead him to a slower, and therefore more observant path through life. He studied photography at New York University. You can see more of his work at www.liam-cotter.com

Free for members, $5 suggested donation from the public.

 

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119 Ludlow St. New York, New York 10002
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