ANNOUNCEMENT: Group Light Painting Workshop to be held January 18 – 20, 2013
Well, our move has kept us too busy to schedule a group workshop, until now!
We are pleased to announce that the next group Light Painting the Still Life Workshop will be held here at my home studio (in beautiful Lancaster County, PA) January 18 – 20, 2013.
Registration is now open, and there are only 6 slots available. *****UPDATE: The workshop has been filled. There is a waiting list, and If you wish to be on it, just let us know. We will be announcing another group workshop date very soon. *****
Click HERE for the schedule and details of the workshop.
Roman Coia, my terrific co-instructor, will not be able to join us due to logistical conflicts, but I will have my good friend and fellow light painter, John Corcoran, as my co-instructor.
Roman will be sorely missed, as we had worked together for 17 years, and he is one of my closest friends and a fine photographer. Thanks for everything you contributed to the workshops, Roman!
John will be bringing a lot of experience to the workshop. He has worked as a professional photographer for over 35 years, and has been light painting for almost 20 of those years.
He shoots wonderful floral images and portraits, all using light painting. You can see some of John’s images HERE.
“My positive feeling turned into a positive experience during the workshop with Harold. You don’t find many workshop photographers who are willing to give you as much information as possible like Harold does. My biggest challenge was the post production in Photoshop, but at the end of the workshop I felt pretty comfortable. Light painting offers a lot of opportunity in my photography. That means that I will be visiting Harold and his flashlights again!”
– Pavel Kolman, Toronto, CANADA
“Many thanks for a great weekend. Your studio provided the perfect environment for a quantum learning experience. Both you and Roman were so well prepared to share your expertise. All the really good photographers I’ve had the privilege of knowing have been extremely generous people. You both fit that description, generous in spirit, great teachers, good humored. What a team.
Your focused instruction on the simple yet unlimited power of layers was perfect. And most importantly your demonstration and explanation of your lighting methods will be a game changer for me. I left the workshop knowing that I understood what I’d been taught. And, that I will be able to incorporate that knowledge, in a number of ways, into what I consider to be an already evolved vision and work flow. I am grateful.”
– Don Ross (no relation, but we now call each other “cuz”), Liecester, VT