I took up a photography course with the New York Institue of Photography beginning in February 2000. I have not finished the course yet. But I think it was very educational. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is serious about their photography. How would you know if you are serious? Easy! If you are prepared to spend US$1,000 for the course (in installments over two years), then you are serious.

To complete each unit (there are six), students are required to come up with photos using different techniques. I am presenting here the pictures that I submitted and describing the requirements for that particular photo (one page each).

My gear consists of a Canon Elan IIeQd camera and a Canon EF28-135mm/f3.5-5.6 (USM IS) zoom lens. I have an alternate wider angle Canon EF20-35mm/f3.5-4.5 (USM) zoom lens. A Kodak Gold ISO200 films and a tripod were used for all the shots.

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Chelsea ice-skating
Radienxe doing his math exercise
Selective Focus
Boston Public Gardens
Outdoor Vista