Exposure: Neon through a lens
10 November 2021, 18:00 - 20:00
£40 per personBook Now
Join photographer David Lindsay for this one-off workshop exploring the challenges and possibilities of photographing neon.
Specialising in digital photography, Lindsay has worked closely with artist and Neon Workshops founder Richard William Wheater for over 10 years, capturing the often elusive neon form through his lens.
Working with Fred Tschida’s hypnotic sculptures in our gallery you will learn how to use long exposure techniques to capture the kinetic movement of the works, transforming them from an outline observed by the human eye to a three-dimensional form that can only be captured with the aid of a camera.
In addition to learning the technical aspects of long exposure photography, you will be guided through the process of “painting with light” to create abstract, evocative and playful photographs.
“USING A CAMERA TIME EXPOSURE THE ROTATING NEON… [COMPLETES ITS] ORBIT TO MAKE VISIBLE THE BEAUTIFULLY LUMINOUS PATH”
– Fred Tschida
What do I need to bring?
Ideally, you will come equipped with your own digital camera and tripod for this workshop. If you would like to check if your camera is suitable for the workshop or would like to enquire about borrowing some equipment for the workshop, please get in touch with us before booking.
Who is the course for?
This course is best suited to those who have experience in photography and are looking to progress their skills in the technical aspects of long exposure photography
We have made some changes to ensure everyone feels confident and safe to come and join in without fear of catching Coronavirus. Our courses are running with fewer participants to allow plenty of room for social distancing. We are also requesting that students attend with a mask or face covering. If you have any concerns or specific requirements regarding attending a course please feel free to get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop and course bookings can be cancelled and refunded up until 7 days before the scheduled start date. Our workshops support the work we do as a charity, and because materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than 7 days before the workshop date. Please note that Eventbrite’s booking fee is non-refundable.
Bookings cannot be transferred between courses however bookings can be transferred to another person in the event that you are unable to attend on the day.
In the event that The Art House needs to cancel a workshop for any reason, for example due to tutor illness or if lockdown measures are put back in place your ticket will be refunded in full.