Light Painting Workshop
Friday, November 8
(Rain date: November 10 5-8pm)
Castle Island, South Boston
Cost: $50 (refunded if canceled)
Note: a minimum enrollment of 7 is needed and there is a maximum of 12.
Following his October 28 presentation on Light Painting and Drawing photography, Jürgen Lobert is offering a group photo shoot with instructions to practice what was taught in the presentation, to add light to a night scene to illuminate surfaces and to create images with unique light figures.
The photo shoot will be three hours long and held at Castle Island, South Boston, a 20 minute drive from Newton. This event will need at least seven participants and is limited to a maximum of twelve. Jürgen will spend the entire time assisting attendees with setup, camera settings, exposure, creativity and composition. In addition, he will have a variety of light drawing tools available.
The cost for this photo workshop is $50 per person. A detailed preparation sheet and list of equipment suggestions will be provided prior to the event and Jürgen can answer questions beforehand.
You need to bring your camera equipment capable of manual settings, as well as a tripod and remote trigger and a medium bright flashlight (pointing forward).
The event is scheduled for November 8, a Friday evening, from 7 to 10 pm (to allow travel after work). This event is weather dependent and the rain date is the following Sunday, November 10, but from 5-8pm, to allow returning home in a timely manner for Monday’s work.
Speaker notes for his presentation can be downloaded here. This photo workshop is a great opportunity to get started with light painting and drawing photography.
More information about home-made light painting and drawing tools can be found on Jürgen’s blog and his Patreon page.
2010 William J Day Blvd
Boston, MA 02127
Specific instructions about where to meet will be provided upon registering for the workshop.
Jürgen Lobert is a Massachusetts-based fine art photographer born and raised in Germany. He received a Ph.D. in atmospheric chemistry from Gutenberg University in Mainz before moving to the US in 1991.
Jürgen is a self-taught photographer who specializes in night photography and daytime long exposures as well as urban exploration.
Jürgen is an executive member of the Boston and Stony Brook Camera Clubs and the founder and organizer of the Greater Boston Night Photographers Meetup group. He organizes some 50 photo excursions and workshops each year and he is a lecturer, instructor and judge for regional camera clubs and an instructor at the New England School of Photography (NESOP). His artwork is in the permanent collection of the Art Complex Museum.
According to Jürgen, there is a profound peace in roaming the nights to create otherworldly, serene scenery and capturing the element of time.
Jürgen can be found online at: https://linktr.ee/jmlobert