Continuing Education

A multiple-flash plus existing-light "commercial" image of Jean Claude Grand Am
A multiple-flash plus existing-light "commercial" image of Jean Claude Grand Am

Last night was the second of our three sessions of this go-around of advanced digital photography. Last week we played with light painting and casual portraiture, and this week we put some of that into practice. One of my students, Toni, missed class because she was stranded in Midland Texas after fog grounded her flight, but I think she can catch up with us pretty quickly next week.

By the end of the evening yesterday, we found ourselves gathered around a desk, having a pretty good Q&A session.

Julie, who missed last week's class, models for a light-painting experiment
Julie, who missed last week's class, models for a light-painting experiment
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  1. This was an enlightening night for me. I learned to embrace a frighteningly slow shutter speed, that the pockets of my coat are NOT as warm as gloves, and my beloved Chucks are unacceptable winter attire.
    All-in-all, it was a great success!

    In all truth, I had no idea (forgive my ignorance) the lights could be so much fun. My “hobby” photography hasn’t really put me in a position to be so creative, or patient, and have the resources to see the potential when you give the camera enough time do what it’s capable of. This is such a great picture to me, because I am in it and I learned from it.
    You’re great at what you do.

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