PAINTING WITH LIGHT is a photographic technique where you illuminate parts of your scene with an artificial light source (flashlights, flood light, electronic flash, etc…) to add emphasis and color to otherwise dark scenes.
It builds upon night and low light photography skills (long exposure times) and provides the photographer a whole new range of options for creative photography.
LIGHT PAINTING and LIGHT WRITING (light graffiti) are similar techniques and we will cover both methods/approaches to creative image making. Plan on lots of experimentation and fun shooting these types of photos.
This workshop is a combination of classroom instruction and field photography (hands on shooting) and is open to photographers of all skill levels. We will spend 30 to 45 minutes reviewing techniques and equipment presented with example photographs. We then will move out into the Millyard district of downtown Nashua as the sun sets. This location has plenty of photographic potential especially as we move from twilight to darkness.
In addition to your camera you will need a sturdy tripod and an inventory of artificial light sources (flashlight , etc...) for this workshop. I will send out a suggested equipment list prior to the workshop so you will know what to bring.
This workshop is a lot of fun - make sure you register today!