IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE:
Planning a late summer vacation? Take photos that you're proud to show off. Join us for an introduction into what it takes to capture a great picture using technology already within the palm of your hand.
Become a visual storyteller
Learn mobile photo editing techniques and the best apps to use (and the ones to avoid)
The art of the hashtag and photo sharing
Share your work and engage in conversation with fellow students
This beginner-level class is ideal for adults who want to translate a love for photography into technical know-how. Venture into the world of visual art in a fun and engaging environment and expand your artistic vision.
Students must bring their own Android or iPhone.
WESTCHESTER YOGA ARTS*
49 Lawton Street, 2nd floor
New Rochelle, NY 10801
Meter street parking available
Buses to Huguenot St./Bridge St. - 7, 30, 42, 45, 60, 61, 62
Metro North- New Haven Line to New Rochelle Station
Class is on the 2nd floor of a walk up building. Shoes must be removed upon entrance to the yoga studio.
*Westchester Yoga Arts is a newly renovated, friendly yoga studio. For more information about their offerings, please visit
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Mark Nevers is an award-winning photojournalist, portrait photographer, photo editor and recipient of the prestigious Joslyn Benzakin Fellowship. Mark began teaching photography while studying at the International Center of Photography in New York City. He is fascinated about the way photography blends the "old school" (developing film, mixing chemicals, the printing process) in a tech-dominant era. Mark is passionate about sparking the imagination of students of all ages and backgrounds, not only introducing the mechanics of photography, but also the secondary skills associated with the practice including patience, focus, how to engage the public and exercise (all the walking!).
3WN: How did you get started in this industry?
Mark: I got started as a youngster. As I grew up photography seemed to follow me. As a high school student the opportunity to take a photo class came up, so I said 'why not?!' After high school I saw both the potential in my work and the many lives I could touch through photography. It wasn't until I got accepted to both SVA (School of Visual Arts) and ICP (International Center of Photography) with full scholarships that I knew that photography was and is life.
3WN: What is your teaching style?
Mark: I create a relaxed environment in which ideas of every type can be shared. This allows the information that was learned to be recirculated through the students via their conversations. An atmosphere of creative ownership.
3WN: Do you have a photography philosophy?
Mark: I just want to tell a story of a people who don't get their story told in the most positive light. I love interacting with folks. I love hearing their stories. Photography is my escape when this world becomes too much. I don't teach photography, I teach life.
Photo by Mark Nevers