ANNOUNCEMENT: Light Painting Workshop to be held in August, 2014
We are excited 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) on:
~ August 15th, 16th and 17th, 2014.
More dates to be announced shortly.
Registration is now open, and the workshop is limited to 6 students. **We’re sorry, but this workshop has been filled. If you would like, we can place you on a wait list in case of any cancellations.
Click HERE for the schedule and details of the workshop.
My workshops involve real teaching of the methods I employ, and this is a technical and intensive workshop… you will be given the training needed to produce work at a very high level. You will be receiving personal, detailed hands-on (literally!) instruction on proper light painting (not light pointing), and my post production process. You will actually learn the nuances of lighting, and the nuances of using masking to create beautiful images!
My co-instructor, John Corcoran, 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.
Photograph by workshop student Dave Wood
You can see my students’ images in my Student Workshop Images page.
“I just finished my first light painting workshop and enjoyed every minute. It was well thought out and perfectly executed. When we got to the “hands-on” portion it had to be challenging for Harold and John to help students who were using different platforms, different equipment and different programs. Everything went smoothly and everyone created an impressive light painted image on their first try. Shooting tethered and using a tablet is definitely the best way to go when using the techniques that are needed. I am so glad that I made the trip and learned from the “master”. It would have taken a long, long time to figure everything out on my own. Now that I know the process, I am up and running. Thanks, Harold and John. You made it a very worthwhile experience.”
– Dave Wood, Florida – Light Painting the Still Life