with Richard Dischler
Participants will learn how to set up and use a wide range of lighting equipment – all of which can take their portrait photography to the next level and beyond. In this hands-on class, students will learn how to use various light modifiers for studio strobes and on-camera flash units.
You will leave this session with a good deal of actual time using and understanding how lighting can play an important role in creating a good portrait. Bring your camera and favorite portrait lens.
|Saturday, December 12, 2015||19083||9:30am to 11:30am|
|Saturday, January 9, 2016||20748||9:30am to 11:30am|
Richard Dischler studied with Arthur Leipzig and was involved with the Ralph Weiss Workshop from 1976 to 1979. He was a member of J.A.M., the Jamaican Arts mobilization group that was instrumental in the creation of Public Studio Project #1 that is now part of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and a member of SoHo Photo. He has been published in Profile Magazine and exhibited at the Nippon Club, J.A.M. Galleries, and various public galleries. His work is in public and private collections including the Queens Museum of Art, the JCC Collection, and other locations throughout New York. Dischler has been an instructor and juror of photography since 1976.
Members from Dischler’s current and previous six month and one year pre-visualization workshops continue to receive public recognition for their work in juried and non-juried local, regional, national and international art and photography exhibits.