The sodium-vapor lamp, the most common form of city street light, serves as inspiration for this workshop on urban night photography. The workshop will help participants develop night photography techniques and skills needed to create visually striking and meaningful images, enrich their understanding of photographic theory, attain an advanced understanding of the camera as a tool, and study the work of master photographers who have practiced the art of night photography. The 4-week, 20-hour workshop will meet twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Session 1 of each week will focus on theory, technique and critique of participants’ photographs. During Session 2 of each week participants will explore various locations and spend time creating their images. A camera and/or lens with in-body stabilization is recommended, though not required. A tripod is required.
Schedule: Mondays and Thursdays - 6:00 to 8:30 pm
Taught by: Scott Brennan