Arkansas Professional Photographers Association

 

Arkansas

Professional Photographers Association


Events

Upcoming events

    • August 11, 2017
    • August 13, 2017
    • Arkansas 4H Center, Little Rock, Arkansas


    Capture 2017 in conjunction with Bedfords Photo Expo

    August 11-13

     C.A. Vines Arkansas 4-H Center, 1 4H Way, Little Rock

    MAP and DIRECTIONS

    APPA Speakers Include: Jim Byron, Dwayne Lee, Pete Rezac, Cris Duncan & Inna Surma

    Speakers from Bedford’s Camera include APPA’s own Ed Cooley on Landscape Photography,  Canon Explorer of LightDon Hamilton on Nature & Landscape, Alex Kent on Arkansas Outdoors and Linda Henderson on Night Sky Photography and , a Nikon Ambassador.


    Print Competition NEW PRICE $10 per entry; maximum of (6) images. Print Competition entry deadline Friday, Aug, 4, 2017 by mailing print case to: (print comp chair) Hand delivered cases must be delivered by 8pm to the convention hotel (Comfort Inn West) Thurs. Aug 10 to the main desk in care of Jeff Nemetz.

    Convention Hotel is the Comfort Inn West 

    300 Markham Center Drive, Little Rock, AR

     (501) 227-0120 Mention APPA to get the prices below

    Single King Bed Room $55.00; Two Queen Beds Room $65. Prices Per Night+tax. This hotel is an interior room access facility that includes a microwave & refrigerator. Its proximity to the 4-H property is about a 15 minute drive.


    • August 13, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Heritage Building at Burns Park, Little Rock, Arkansas


    The Art & Science of Lighting

    Cris Duncan

    Lighting is by far the most important ingredient in creating an image, it is the key to photography. Light defines the subject. Light will show or remove texture. It has the power to direct a viewer, evoke an emotion and tell a story. Light is the basis for life and the heart of a photograph.


    Knowing how to and use light to set the tone for your image is an art, an art that takes years to master and only moments to appreciate. The best part of photography, at least in my opinion, is being able to manipulate reality while still keeping it real.

    An artist can create any fantasy he or she desires with the brush, but photographers must do that with light and shadow alone.

    On the other hand, light is also a science. We are ruled by physics. The two must be used together. Photography is about the “Art and Science of Lighting”. In this program, both the basic laws of light, along with creative use of light, will be applied in studio and location settings. We will utilize daylight, flash, strobe and ambient conditions working with no more than two light sources.

    You will learn valuable techniques to make your images different than your competitors.

    Gain the knowledge and understanding of what light, any light, will do in a given situation, and then have the skills to manipulate it to your style, LIVE. Light quantity, light quality and light direction all play critical roles in your image making and in this full day class you are guaranteed to leave with the knowledge to make you a better, more efficient photographer.

    This is a hands on experience where students are encouraged to bring their camera and shoot along-side each other and Cris as we discuss several lighting tools and the four major lighting applications. Cris will lead on you an adventure as we have live sessions and learn invaluable tools for lighting, posing, composition, lens selection and more as we shoot on-location, the studio and in-between.



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Arkansas Professional Photographers Association

800 Evans Road, Pine Bluff, AR  71602

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