by Kevin Adams
We’re glad to be welcoming Kevin Adams back to the club for our September meeting! Perhaps best known for his book, North Carolina Waterfalls, Kevin is a terrific photographer, speaker and workshop leader.
What is there to shoot at night? Kevin Adams has heard this question many times, and his answer is always the same: The same things you shoot during the day and a whole lot more! Everything is fair game for the night photographer. And since night photography is still a relatively new frontier, you can make unique images of ordinary subjects—images that have a wow factor that you don’t often get with photos shot during the day.
In this program, Kevin will cover a wide range of night photography subjects, in both nature and the city. You’ll learn techniques for light painting, including the night sky, using the magic light of twilight, and so much more. You’ll even learn how to use smoke bombs and underwater flashlights. But Kevin says you need to be forewarned. Once you learn all the exciting things you can do with your camera at night, you won’t be getting much sleep from that point forward.
All images are copyright by the photographer and are not to be used for any purpose without permission.
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