Adult (age 16+), Ira Wagner, Classes, Yard School of Art, Digital Photography

What To Photograph When You Can’t Travel

This course will combine history and practice of urban landscape photography and show you how to make compelling images from your desk and neighborhood.  Learn about the history of urban landscape photography and then roam the world through google street view and webcams.  Get ideas for photographing right outside your door.  Learn a free and easy Adobe software tool to share your work with family and friends.   Appropriate for all levels, including smartphone photographers.

This class is online with live instruction. Students will need to have a computer, tablet, or phone with internet and access to Zoom.  

You'll need: Digital camera, phone, or iPad to take photographs.  Prior to the first class, students need to download Adobe Spark – a free app for IOS and Android, and can also be accessed for free on a laptop or desktop at There are multiple plans, but the free starter option is sufficient. Ipad, laptop or desktop are preferred for Google Street View and Adobe Spark, but not essential.

Mondays, June 29– July 20
6:00 pm
7:30 pm
Member Price
Non-Member Price
Adult (age 16+)
Event Type
Digital Photography
Priority Registration
Open Registration

Ira Wagner

Ira Wagner is the Interim Director of the Montclair Art Museum.  He also teaches photography at Monmouth University and was recently a visiting artist lecturer at the College of Staten Island.  His primary area of practice is urban landscape photography.