View a recording of this program (expires March 13):
- 7 p.m. Thursday, March 3, 2022
- UNT Health Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd; find a map
- Composite Light Painting, presented by Andy Lay
- Above, Harrier, by Andy
Light Painting is a broad term describing a wide variety of photographic techniques. This presentation covers a specific process that yields high quality, artistic images that cannot be achieved by traditional lighting methods. It involves multiple exposures using continuous lighting sources in a nearly totally dark environment and compositing the resulting exposures in Photoshop to achieve the result. Join us to see what equipment is used, how it’s done, and some of the results.
Andy Lay is an award-winning master photographer, Certified Professional Photographer and FAA certified drone pilot.
Andy’s goal is to capture and share his love for fine imagery through his technical skills and artistry. His images have been used in web sites and publications by organizations such as Six Flags Over America, the National Sculpture Society and Airspeed Magazine. Recently, he earned the Southwest District Medallion Award, one of the top honors of the American Photographic Society.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and a master’s degree in engineering from SMU. He has been photographing professionally since 2016 after retiring from Lockheed Martin.
Entries are due for monthly competition at this meeting. Submit your digital entry by midnight. Submit a digital image of your print entry by midnight and bring prints to the meeting for delivery to judges. Competition is open to members who have paid current year dues; pay for 2022 when you enter.
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