Student Workshop Images

Here is the gallery of the images created by attendees of past Light Painting Workshops:

We hope you enjoy!

 

Photography by Harold Ross's student Dan Gerth

Photograph by workshop student Dan Gerth

Photography by Harold Ross's student Steven Maxx

Photograph by workshop student Steve Maxx

Photography by Harold Ross's student Manouch Shirzad

 Photograph by workshop student Manouch Shirzad

Photography by Harold Ross's student Charles Meacham

Photograph by workshop student Charles Meacham

Photography by Harold Ross's student Sean Hoover

 Photograph by workshop student Sean Hoover

Photography by Harold Ross's student Sean Sauber

Photograph by workshop student Sean Sauber

Photography by Harold Ross's student Brian Zwit

 Photograph by workshop student Brian Zwit

Photography by Harold Ross's student Larry Street

 Photograph by workshop student Larry Street

Photography by Harold Ross's student Sujinder Pothula

Photograph by workshop student Sujinder Pothula

Photography by Harold Ross's student George Riling

 Photograph by workshop student George Riling

 

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 Photograph by workshop student Fred Shiple

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      Photograph by workshop student Tim Hacker

 

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Photograph by workshop student Will Doak

 

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Photograph by workshop student Robert “Jake” Jacobsen

 

Photographer Harold Ross's student John Faber's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student John Faber

Photographer Harold Ross's student Lisa Cuchara's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Lisa Cuchara

Photographer Harold Ross's student Pam Bredin's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Pam Bredin

Photographer Harold Ross's student Ben Willmore's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Ben Willmore

Photographer Harold Ross's student Cam Miller's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Cam Miller

Photographer Harold Ross's student Bob Lott's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Bob Lott

Photographer Harold Ross's student Adam Elstein's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Adam Elstein

 

Photographer Harold Ross's student Nancy Ori's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Nancy Ori

Photographer Harold Ross's student Paul Wegemann's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Paul Wegemann

Harold Ross' student Father Dan McLaughlin's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Fr. Dan McLaughlin

Harold Ross' student Father Dan McLaughlin's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Fr. Dan McLaughlin


Photographer Harold Ross's student Nancylee Mudd's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Nancylee Mudd

Photographer Harold Ross's student Jim Mudd's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Jim Mudd


Harold Ross's student Amr El-shefei's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Amr El-shafei

Photographer Harold Ross's student Leslie Sinclair's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student Leslie Sinclair

Photographer Harold Ross's student Kerry Harrison's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Kerry Harrison

Photographer Harold Ross's student Ron Studebaker's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Ron Studebaker

Photographer Harold Ross's student Doris Burdich's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Doris Burdich

Photographer Harold Ross's student Rob Tuttle's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Rob Tuttle

Photographer Harold Ross's student Lynn Cromer's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Lynn Cromer


Harold Ross's Student John Tebbett's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student John Tebbetts

Harold Ross's student Kathy Buckalew's lIght painted image

Photograph by workshop student Kathy Buckalew

Harold Ross's student Cam Miller's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Cam Miller

Harold Ross's student Beamie Young's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Beamie Young

Harold Ross's student Mary Louise Ravese's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Mary Louise Ravese

Harold Ross's student Paul Grugan's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Paul Grugan

Harold Ross's student Dave Wood's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Dave Wood

Harold Ross' student Lori's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student Lori

Harold Ross' student Glenn's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student Glenn

Harold Ross's student Susan Fleck's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student Susan Fleck

Harold Ross's student Susan Fleck's Light Painted Image

Photograph by workshop student Susan Fleck


Harold Ross's Student Gary Johnson's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Gary Johnson


Harold Ross's Student Sonia Nunez light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Sonia Nunez


Harold Ross's student Wendy Belkin's Light Painting Image

Photograph by workshop student Wendy Belkin

Harold Ross's student Wendy Belkin's light painted photograph

Photograph by workshop student Wendy Belkin


Photographer Harold Ross's student Pavel Kolman's light painted image

Photograph by workshop student Pavel Kolman


Photographer Harold Ross's student Sonia's light painted still life

Photograph by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Photograph by workshop student Stefan

Harold Ross's student, Dennis Littley's light painted still life image

Photograph by workshop student Dennis Littley

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student Bill Earle's Still Life

Photograph by workshop student Bill Earle

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student, Dorothy Ringler's Still Life Photograph

Photograph by workshop student Dorothy Ringler

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student, Rob Cardillo's Still Life Photograph

Photograph by workshop student Rob Cardillo

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student, Wendy Belkin's Still Life Photograph

Photograph by workshop student Wendy Belkin

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student, Susan MacKenzie's Still Life Photograph

Photograph by workshop student Susan MacKenzie

Harold Ross's Light Painting Student, John Motzi's Still Life Photograph

Photograph by workshop student John Motzi

Harold Ross's student Ruth Feldman's Light Painting Still Life

Photo by workshop student Ruth Feldman

Harold Ross's student Ruth Feldman's Light Painting Still Life

Photo by workshop student Ruth Feldman

Harold Ross's Student Marc Forand's Light Painting Still Life Image

Photo by workshop student Marc Forand

Photo by workshop student Steve DePalma

Photo by workshop student Steve DePalma

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Photo by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Photo by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Photo by workshop student Bill Earle

Photo by workshop student Bill Earle

Photo by workshop student Bill Earle

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Deane Hall

Photo by workshop student Deane Hall

Photo by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Image created at Harold Ross Light Painting Workshop

Photo by workshop student Don Ross

Image created at Harold Ross Light Painting Workshop

Photo by workshop student Frank Robbins

Image created at Harold Ross Light Painting Workshop

Photo by workshop student Sonia Nunez

Image created at Harold Ross Light Painting Workshop

Photo by workshop student Dan McLaughlin

Image created at Harold Ross Light Painting Workshop

Photo by workshop student Jim Elting

Marcel Page - Light painting image 2

Photo by workshop student Marcel Page

Marcel Page - Light Painted image number 3

Photo by workshop student Marcel Page

Marcel Page - Light Painted image number 1

Photo by workshop student Marcel Page


Photo by workshop student Lauren Jorgensen

Photo by workshop student Rich Yura

Photo by workshop student Julian Kornacki

Photo by workshop student Bill Earle

Photo by workshop student Bill Earle

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Kerry Harrison

Photo by workshop student Kerry Harrison

Photo by workshop student Larry Lefever

Photo by workshop student Edrick Morales

Photo by workshop student Monika Lukens


Photo by workshop student Kathy Buckalew

Photo by workshop student Kathy Buckalew

Photo by workshop student Kathy Buckalew

Photo by workshop student Kathy Buckalew

Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

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Photo by workshop student Mickey Freed

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Jane Koester

Photo by workshop student Stefan Heinich

Photo by workshop student Stefan Heinich


5 Responses to “Student Workshop Images”

  1. I think they are all fabulous.An insperation to all intersested in Light Painting.When I get as good as you guys,I will be verr happy.

  2. Very inspirational! thank you for showing us this series….

  3. I’d like to write a critical observation if I may. Some of these photos, especially the ones from your students have an almost HDR look. Maximum local contrast. But it’s clearly at a cost, spacial depth of the whole image. All objects appear to be in the foreground. My eyes don’t know where to wander – almost every objects in the frame begs for attention. I’m certain that this could be incorporated into the process by carefully deciding what objects are the center of attention and gradually decreasing the effect on the ones the are further away. I’m aware that this is light painting and the effect has its distinct look – but looking a classical painters, they always tried to keep that delicate balance between letting the individual object shine while maintaining a sense of depth.

    Another thought while looking at these is this. Have you ever considered adding an in-frame light source to the images? In movies they call them “practicals”, their purpose is not to illuminate, but to give the viewer an origin of all that light in the frame. I think, this would als create some depth.

    Kind regards,

    John Flury

    http://obsoquasi.ch

    • Hello John,
      Thank you for your thoughtful comments. I do appreciate quality criticism, as it helps me grow as an artist. Your observation about too many of the subjects having the attention of the viewer is correct, and it is certainly something to consider. There may be some reasons for this that have little to do with aesthetics, and more to do with practicality! In the workshop (which is for the most part a technical one), we are concentrating on the goals set forth… to learn how to light for shape, dimension and texture, as well as understanding the post production process need to blend the multiple images together. The time we spend during the workshop is quite intensive, and we just have enough time to get the work finished! Because of this, we really just stick to the technical process, and some aesthetic considerations are left out, due to lack of time to devote to it.
      That said, I very much value your comments, and will try to incorporate them into my thinking when teaching!
      As far as “practicals”, that has happened on occasion, and I think it’s a great suggestion. It certainly could provide a great reason to implement that graduation of light and attention that you suggest (a result the inverse square law).
      Thanks again, John!

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