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August 2, 2012

Berger Bros. Camera Opens New Photography Center

BergerLogo_150.jpgNew York based, full service camera store helps its customers bring their images to life with new Center dedicated to photographic art and education.

Berger Bros. Camera has just announced the opening of the Berger Bros. Camera Center for Photographic Art this July 2012 at 22 Clinton Avenue in the Village of Huntington, NY. The school is conveniently located just one block north of Main Street, opposite the Huntington Post Office and adjacent to two of the largest municipal parking lots in town.

Yvonne-B_75.jpg Yvonne Berger will serve as Director of the Center.

Yvonne is a professional photographer specializing in product, food, corporate and interiors as well as photo restoration.

She is an expert in post production tools such as Photoshop and Lightroom, color management and printing and has many years of teaching experience as head instructor of photography at Berger Bros. Camera and the Art League of Long Island.

“It has been a long time dream of ours to have a location that we can dedicate to the art and education of photography,” said Yvonne Berger. The new location will allow Berger Brothers to schedule more classes, workshops and private instruction that their local and out of state customers can take advantage of to improve their photography skills. The new location will be equipped with studio lighting, space and the atmosphere needed to learn and create outstanding photography. “We envision a hub where people can learn, connect and express themselves through the art of photography,” Berger said.

Among the many classes the Center for Photographic Art will provide are hands on photography workshops in lighting, wedding, portrait, Photoshop, Lightroom, color management, printing, food and product photography, landscape and street photography classes. One on one instruction and basic and advanced classes on specific cameras and a myriad of general photography topics will also be offered. In addition the Center will provide studio rental space; serve as a location for meet-up groups and function as a photo gallery exhibiting professional level, customer and student photographs. It’s no wonder that their logo is “The Camera Store That Educates.”

Contact the new school at 631-421-2200. For Internet sales of cameras and equipment, class schedules and to register for a class go to or for the personal touch when buying equipment or needing advice call 800-542-8811 or email Brad at

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Posted by flashdeadline at August 2, 2012 7:05 AM