Light Painting Night Photography
Photographing in low light can be a challenge, but mastering this technique also grants freedom. Painting your subject with light gives amazing control. During this class, we will explore the possibilities of light painting including how and when to use different types of light sources, how to control and play with color at night, how to determine proper exposure and the basics of compositing multiple painted frames to form a single image.
Please be aware that this is a LATE workshop. We will begin at Precision Camera with a short classroom session and then proceed to a nearby location in Austin to shoot. You will have to drive/carpool between Precision and the shooting location. The class will require walking and carrying your gear.
• The basics of light painting (why & how)
• Different type light sources and their uses
• Controlling light color
• Determining proper exposure
• Basics of stacking multiple light painted frames
• Dealing with nighttime difficulties: focusing and framing
• Camera & Lens
• Fully Charged Battery
• Memory Cards
• Cable Release
• Tripod & Ball-head
Other Required Items
• Sturdy Shoes
• Long Pants
• Snacks and Water
• Head lamp or other flashlight
This is a all levels class. The concepts covered will be presented in a way that any photographer can follow along and will be able to make star trails after the class. More advanced students will learn advanced tricks and tips for making and post processing light painting images.
Schedule and Format
This is a hands-on, excursion-based class. The first hour of class will be held in the Precision Camera classroom. After the classroom sessions, the class will drive to a nearby shooting location in Austin. Students will then make their own light painting photos with the help of the instructor.
* Students are responsible for their own transportation from Precision to the shooting location.
About the Instructor
To Josh, life is one big adventure. He founded AzulOx Visuals in 2009 and has been exploring the world and new photographic techniques ever since. Josh loves to use his photographs to tell stories, and he excels in designing creative story-boarded shoots. Josh is passionate about photography and the creative development of his students. He uses a variety of teaching techniques to help his students realize their photographic vision.
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