Photography Workshops

All photography workshops are offered by Visions Photographic Workshops and are held at Belmar Arts Center, please note that photowalks may be held at alternate locations. VPW offers a photographic experience that supports participants of all ages and levels in a casual and relaxed atmosphere. Photography Director/Instructor Michael S. Miller will share with you his 25 years of experience, knowledge and creativity as a commercial and fine art photographer while developing your creative and technical skills. Begin or continue your creative journey today!

 

 Learn How To Use Your Digital Camera

 

Monday, January 14th

6:30 – 9:00pm

$75 BAC member/$90 non-member

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National Parks Armchair Traveler

Monday, January 21st

6:30 – 9:00pm

No charge BAC members/$20 non members

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Beginner Photography

Sunday, January 27th

9:00am – 5:00pm

$105 BAC member/$135 non-member

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Coffee & Click in Asbury Park

Sunday, February 17th

Asbury Park Convention Hall
7:30 – 9:30am

no charge BAC members/$20 non-members

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Mobile Photography Workflow

Monday, February 28th

6:30 – 9:00pm

$80 BAC member/$95 non- member

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

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Michael S. Miller, a nationally recognized photographer who specializes in landscape, nature images and streetscapes especially those of New Jersey. In addition to views of the Garden State, Michael spends extensive time photographing landscapes, such as, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Wyoming. Michael’s unique vision keeps him busy capturing images for annual reports, magazines, and advertising. Michael is a graduate of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he studied both fine art and commercial photography. He is the co-owner of Visions Photographic Workshops and the fine art studio, MSMPIX. His prints can be found adorning the walls of private, corporate and the National Park Service collections.