Posts Tagged ‘Workshop



04
Jun
16

Paint the Night

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure to run a workshop with Dan’s Camera City sponsored by Olympus, titled “Paint the Night”. I guess you can tell what the workshop was all about. We were fortunate that Steve Tobin, an incredible artist located in Quakertown, PA, allowed us to use the grounds of his studio. It was an amazing setup for doing light painting. As you can see we used multiple types of light sources from burning steel wool to Pixelsticks. It was a great evening with a great group of photographers. Of all of the images in this post, my favorite one is the last one. I call it “Kissing Angels”. I didn’t notice it at first. I discovered it after I downloaded it and saw it on my computer. It is actually part of a larger image. I have been asked if it was produced with smoke. The answer is no. It was done with a white LED light wand, in combination with the Olympus’s “Live Composite” mode.

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The Green Giant

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11
Apr
16

Grand Central Terminal 2016

I had the opportunity to lead a trip back to Grand Central Terminal a few weeks ago for the Lehigh Valley Photography Club. All images & video were shot with Olympus OM-D E-M1 and E-M5 MkII. I have photographed this place many times.  However, on this trip we were able to go into the belly of the beast. In addition to going to the highest point, we also went 13 stories below to see the heart of the complex. I have also included a brief video from the day. This place continues to amaze me every time I go!

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03
Mar
16

Olympus InVision Photo Festival (part 2 of 2)

The images from the previous Olympus InVision Photo Festival post were mostly from the Sunday workshop. Here are a few more from the Southside of Bethlehem. The following images were taken at the Book Store, Machine Shop and the Cathedral Church of the Nativity:

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02
Mar
16

Olympus InVision Photo Festival (part 1 of 2)

Every November, ArtsQuest puts on the Olympus Invision Photo Festival. The event is focused 100% around photography. There are presentations, social activities, and workshops throughout the weekend event. Here are a few images from the event:

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Light Painting on the Hoover Mason Trestle

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The roof of the Hotel Bethlehem

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The Smithy 

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15
Oct
15

Jim Thorpe Photo Expedition 2015

This past weekend we had another sell out Dan’s Camera City workshop/photoshoot sponsored by Olympus in beautiful Jim Thorpe, PA. Mother Nature started us off with a little bit of rain in the morning. But she cooperated as the day went on. We had a great group of very creative photographers on the excursion. We had private access to the Old Jail, our own train car and amazing opportunities in the town. All-in-all we had a great day and great fun! All my images below were shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M1.

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13
Oct
15

Saucon Valley Conservancy 2015

A few weeks ago, we had the annual SVC barn/workshop/photoshoot in Hellertown, PA. We had a great group of photographers and some wonderful young docents/models. We were also granted access to some new locations with some amazing artifacts.

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21
Jun
15

Glasbern Inn

Earlier this week I did a private workshop for about 3 dozen participants at the Glasbern Inn located in Fogelsville, PA. The place is gorgeous and they raise, grow and prepare most of their food on-site. I had been here in the past. But never took the time to meander around the grounds. They have ponds, pools, green houses, walking trails and beautiful architectural structures. I look forward to revisiting this place.

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