The JCC teen and adult program department is offering a Digital Photography Workshop on three Monday evenings in February (17 & 24) & March (10) 2014 from 6 – 7:30pm at the JCC, 500 Clubhouse Road in Vestal. Cost is $150 per person or JCC member value rate $140. Participants must have a Digital SLR camera and can register by contacting the JCC at 607-724-2417, or by stopping in to the JCC office, 500 Clubhouse Road in Vestal.
The workshop is offered to those tired of putting their camera on auto and praying they get a good photo. Participants will learn the ins and outs of their camera and how they can get great images every time with their understanding of shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Joshua B. will be teaching how participants can go beyond the auto setting and learn how to use their camera in any light, as well as when they should or shouldn't use the flash.
Many know Joshua B. as the roving photographer with BingSpot, a successful on-line guide to downtown Binghamton, where he is the managing partner and primary photographer. His photographs have been seen by hundreds of thousands of upstate New York residents on social media and in print.
Joshua B Ludzki has also worked as a web developer, promoter, photographer, and general media professional for over a decade. Currently, he helps with promotion and graphic design for Binghamton Restaurant Week and serves several local clients as a freelance graphic designer. Joshua is also the Marketing and PR Manager for WSKG Public Media.
Ludzki started his career working for the nationally syndicated Open House Party with John Garabedian, managed a daily TV show for cable start-up XY.tv and produced mid-days at the legendary 103.5 KTU in NYC. After moving to Binghamton, he served as on-air talent, web designer, and eventually Assistant Program Director for Star 105.7. His local commitments are numerous: Joshua served on the board of the Southern Tier AIDS Program, authored Binghamton pop culture blog, BingPop.com and serves several local clients as a freelance graphic designer. His photographs have been seen by hundreds of thousands of upstate New York residents on social media and in print.