Frank Smith, Olympus Visionary Trailblazer
More than Saying Cheese – the Art of Photographing People — Photographing people is not the true art, the true art is convincing people to let you photograph them. Just like in any photograph, lighting is key and sometimes it takes a little persuasion and some kind words to get just the right shot. Smith will share his skills at defusing resistance, creating the shot, generating interest and sharing the image with the individual.
Keynote Presentation —
“For the Love of It – the Gap between Vocation and Avocation” is a unique perspective on how Frank has managed to reignite his passion for photography over the past 20+ years. Smith will share his transition back to photography and how he has developed his vision and his skills with both the camera equipment and his post processing.
Albert Horner, Pinelands Photographer
In his presentation, Horner will discuss how to build a monologue with your artwork – deciding what the message is and choosing artwork that speaks to your audience with a common theme. He also will include stories about his 10 years photographing the Pinelands Nature Preserve.
Mollie Isaacs, Awake The Light
Abstracts With Impact —This program will show Before and After examples of how to find subjects and how to use them for visually appealing images. You will learn the finer points of composition, and how to use them for strong and beautiful images. This program will jump start your creativity and motivate you to open new doors for your own photography.
The Light and Creativity Workshop is being held April 1st, 2017 at Central Penn College in Enola, PA
Workshop Schedule April 1st, 2017
8:00 am Buffet Breakfast and Vendors
9:00—10:30 am Mollie Isaacs—Abstracts
10:45 —12:15 pm Frank Smith—More than Saying Cheese
12:15—1:15 pm Catered Lunch—Vendor area open
1:15—2:45 pm Albert Horner—Personal Monologue
3:00—4:30 pm Frank Smith—Keynote Presentation: For the Love of It
4:30—5:15 pm Meet the photographers/Vendors open