The Process of Visual Arts – Creating Your Own Light Painting & Long Exposure
Ever been curious how to light paint on camera? Or capture the stars through the eye of your camera? If so, join us on this cosmic voyage as we capture the Milky Way galaxy and other celestial gems in our night sky. #osff
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In this kid-friendly, interactive, photography class, we talk about all things cameras how to master long exposures using the camera you already have access to at home. We’ll learn about Dslr cameras, point & shoot cameras, even film & video cameras. We’ll de-mystify all those buttons that will help you capture your galactic masterpiece. We’ll also experiment with various lights for photographic light capture at night, and showcase this beautiful art form. This class, along with...
STUDENT TAKEAWAYS: • Students will be introduced to the basics of camera operation; • Live demonstration of camera gear; • Learners will have a fundamental understanding of how long exposures work; • Expansion of knowledge with their own camera; • Learn various light-painting techniques using everyday items; • Learn about celestial objects and how to go about capturing them. • The ability to apply some of this newly learned information to their own work; • Their questions answered by an industry veteran of 25 years;
Our class homework assignment has no due date but encourages getting your camera out and applying some of these techniques to your own capture of the night-sky.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Visual effects artist / supervisor, cinematographer, camera technologist and huge science nerd
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
117 total reviews
177 completed classes
ABOUT ME: Meet Eli Jarra, Senior Artist and VFX Supervisor in Los Angeles. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Eli graduated from Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts with a degree in Broadcasting. Over the span of his 25 year career, Eli has...