Photography After Dark
Zeb Andrews, Instructor
September 8-9, 2018
Skill level: know how to use your camera
Curious about the world after dark? Flummoxed by how to photograph it? This class is for you. Spend two days combining in-class instruction helping you identify and solve the usual technical challenges to low light photography with in-field practice after the sun goes down, giving you a hands-on opportunity to make nighttime photographs. With the shorter days of winter approaching, learn how to make the best use of the nighttime hours to have fun and make some great photos. Class will meet in the late afternoon for in class instruction before heading out for sunset, twilight and nighttime work. The second class will involve in depth review of the previous night’s work, followed by q&a and troubleshooting of any issues that arose in the making of those images. With that feedback and experience in hand, the class will spend a second evening working in low light environments to make photographs.
Supply list: A conference/class room to meet for in-class sessions. Digital projector with laptop. I can bring my own laptop but if you have one there already set up that is even better as I know there won’t be any hook up issues. As I am envisioning some of the second day’s class being review and editing of images, does PNAS have a computer lab that can be used by students