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.
- Instructor: Zeb Andrews
- Dates: September 8th and 9th
- Time: Each Day will begin at 5:30pm and end at 10:30pm
- Location: Pacific Northwest Art School
- Focus: Night Photography and Long Exposures
- Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
- Tuition: $270.00
About Zeb Andrews:
Zeb Andrews is an analog photographer, workshop instructor, and camera extraordinaire at Blue Moon Camera in Portland, Oregon. He has been interviewed and featured on photographic platforms such as PetaPixel, Lomography, and Plates to Pixels. He has also been featured on television via Oregon Public Broadcasting about his house hold pinhole camera creations. Up until recently, he taught various classes and workshops at The Newspace Center for Photography, which closed in Summer of 2017. The closure of Newspace Center last summer didn’t stop Zeb from bringing photography to the masses. Zeb continuously advocates for photographers to not only create photographs but to use their knowledge and artistic passion as a force of good in their community and around the world. In this endeavor, he leads by example and sets a high standard for others to follow.
For more information visit the workshop page at Pacific Northwest Art School!