Remote Workshop – Light Painting the Still Life


One-on-One, Remote Light Painting Workshops are now available for individual learning from your home!

****Have you already taken my workshop? click HERE for the Master Class now being taught remotely****

Light Painted Image by Harold Ross's student photographer Allan Mendez

Photograph by remote workshop student Allan Mendez (California)

“I used to dream about learning Harold’s method, but now I am living that dream. I really enjoyed and learned a lot from my remote workshop with him, the downside was I didn’t get to meet him both in person and didn’t taste Harold’s famous Cafe Americano, lol. Hopefully I can take an actual workshop/refresher course with Harold in the future, possibly a 2-on-1 with my nephew from the Philippines.
I felt really fortunate to learn Harold’s method. It’s really hard to put a price tag on the things that I learned from him, and on top of that, we had valuable conversations about art and about life. I would always consider him as generous, genuine and a genius! Harold not only placed me on the path of precision, but also perfection and mastery.”
– Allan Mendez, California, Remote Online 1-on-1 Workshop

Instructor:      Harold Ross ~ Photographer
Location:        In the comfort of your home
Tuition:           $2850 ~18-20 hours working together (will vary with individual students) You will also be working on your own for additional hours.  You’ll be saving on airfare, hotels, meals and rental cars!
Register:        717-923-0269  or
Schedule:       Completely flexible, as this will be taught remotely, and at your pace.


I have been teaching my workshop online for several years now, but I never really advertised it because my work schedule was already pretty full, and so, it was reserved for people abroad who couldn’t travel here for various reasons.

That said, I feel very fortunate and honored that I have had many students who were able to travel here from abroad. Students have travelled here to attend my workshop from India, Switzerland, Australia, England, Ireland, Hong Kong, Mexico, Brazil, and Canada!  :-)

Due to the Coronavirus situation, however, I’ve been teaching online to several students that were originally signed up for in-person workshops, but were unable to attend due to the Covid travel restrictions in place. The remote teaching has worked out so welI that I’ve decided to offer it to anyone who is interested!

Light Painted Image "My Father's Pencil Sharpener" by Photographer Harold Ross

 Photograph by Harold Ross

(This workshop is designed to teach Light Painting the Still Life in a fine art setting. If you are interested in applying my process in a commercial environment (commercial product photography or food photography) then you will have to let us know ahead of time, as that demands a longer and more intensive workshop. Please contact us at if you are interested in a commercial workshop.)

Essentially, the Remote Workshop is the Still Life One-on-One workshop outlined on this blog HERE, except that you don’t have to travel here, and it would be taught in many stages over time, as opposed to three days of intense learning.

It is taught using the free ZOOM platform, which allows us to share screens easily, and has a very good video feed. 

Some people actually like the spread-out nature of the Remote Workshop (some people have trouble with the enormous amount of information conveyed in 3 days!). It certainly is more flexible, as we can meet online for sessions that can be any length of time, and therefore the number of sessions can also vary.

Basically, the course is patterned exactly as the “normal” in-person workshops, but it is split up into “chapters”, if you will.

Light Painted Image "Italian Coffee Grinder" by Photographer Harold Ross
 Photograph by Harold Ross

Course Outline:

Please contact me at: for a complete outline, syllabus, and list of training topics covered in the workshop!

Photograph by Harold Ross

I will also review and teach visual accommodation, management of depth of field, pre-sharpening (my way), and much more! The workshop is full of great technical information and photographic training. 

Again, these are very boiled-down descriptions; each session will be filled with tons of learning.

**** Very important***: In addition to the training, you will be provided with lots of backup information; an updated and comprehensive set my Photoshop actions, updated written step-by-step directions for every phase, links for needed (minimal) equipment, updated sharpening (my own method) instructions, and private tutorial videos which you’ll be able to refer to after the workshop, and much more.

Light Painted Image "Still Life with Copper Pot" by Photographer Harold Ross

Photograph by Harold Ross

To my students that have already signed up for the workshop, if you are a beginner in Photoshop, I do offer (and many students take this) a Pre-Workshop introduction to Photoshop (includes introduction to layers, masking and groups, as well as adjustment layers). This is a 90 minute Zoom session, and can be taken at any time prior to the workshop. This is recommended only if you don’t have a good basic knowledge of the Layers window in Photoshop.

Light Painted Image "Still Life with Postage Scale and Scissors" by Photographer Harold Ross

 Photograph by Harold Ross


Full tuition for the workshop is $2850.

***Attendees must make payment in full prior to beginning of workshop. If you have problems with this, please contact us to discuss.

We accept payments by check (preferred), credit/debit cards or Paypal.

After inquiring with us, if you want to pay by check, please send checks to:

Harold Ross, 204 Lakewood Drive -Pequea, PA 17565


Because this is a remote workshop, the cancellation policy is quite flexible. If you need to cancel any time prior to a week before the agreed first online meeting, there is only a $50 cancellation fee.

Cancellations cannot be accepted after the workshop starts, as you will be provided with lots of proprietary information at that time.


Thank you for visiting! To learn more about my image making process, please see the Tutorials page of this blog, or consider taking a workshop!

For workshop information please click HERE .

All images from students over the years are HERE.


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