12:00 pm - 01:30 pmClick to Register: Click to Register
Outside Lizzmonade, Brooklyn Bridge Park
Bridge Park Drive, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Brooklyn, NY, US, 11201
Join Sony Artisan, Ira Block, and Focus Camera for an exciting photo walk in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
You’ll have the opportunity to try out gear from Sony while photographing picturesque views of the Manhattan skyline.
With special discounts and Q&A time with our brand professionals, this photo walk promises to be a rich learning experience for photographers looking to hone their skills and try out some new gear.
This photo walk is part of Sony: Set in the Park with Justin Bettman, an interactive set-based photography experience at Brooklyn Bridge Park. The free, pop-up event will feature a large, fully-decorated living room set, designed by Justin Bettman and installed in the park. So make sure to stick around after the walk for the chance to interact with, pose with, and photograph the set.
There are limited spots available for the photo walk, so grab your ticket now to reserve your place!
Meet us outside Lizzmonade at 12:00 pm sharp.
Things to note:
- Please bring along your own camera body and lens if possible, as there will be limited loaner gear available.
- All gear will be sanitized and hand wipes and sanitizers will be provided.
About Ira Block
Ira Block is an internationally renowned photographer, teacher and lecturer who has produced over 30 stories for the National Geographic Magazine. He has led National Geographic Photo Workshops, Expeditions and private workshops to Mongolia, Bhutan, Cuba and Tibet where students learn about culture and photographic vision. His documentary photography work is balanced by a stable of commercial clients for whom he shoots portraits and corporate branding. Ira can best be described as a cultural documentary photographer. He uses his cameras and lights to document people around the world, recording the change in traditions and practices. The changes are most often gradual, which is why he returns to a location time after time after time, helping us see these changes and appreciate them through his eyes—and through social media. Over 340,000 people currently follow him on Instagram. For Ira, this has become the new media for documentary photography. He has had photographic exhibitions around the world. As a Sony Artisan of Imagery, Ira is often called upon to comment and give critical feedback on the Sony products he uses to create his work. His latest book Cuba Loves Baseball: A Photographic Journey documents the culture of Cuba through its love for baseball and sports. When not standing in line to board an airplane, Ira can be found at home in New York City.