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November Meeting - John Hartman

  • November 08, 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Slate at ll Creeks, 2701 Custer Parkway #905 Richardson, TX 75080

Registration

  • This is for all members who want to attend the meeting.
  • First-Time Visitors and paid members pending approval, please email info@dallasppa.com for the registration code.
  • Registration for award recipients of Life Time Members
  • A visitor that has already used their first-time visitor code.
  • Registration for Members with Student Membership

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John Hartman,

M.Photog.Cr, M.Artist, CPP, EA-ASP, Hon. EA-ASP


An Introduction to the Art of Light Painting


John Hartman has taken the photographic community by storm with his light painted images. Using simple flashlights, he literally paints small areas of the subject and then masks the individual files (sometimes over 100) into a single, spectacular image that can’t be created by any other method.


In this hands-on learning experience you will watch an entire light painting process, including set preparation, lighting techniques, and all post-processing steps. You will see each image as it is being made and projected on a large screen.


You will then watch as John edits and assembles the separate images into a single, beautiful image. In addition, you will discover how to find customers who are likely light painting clients. You’ll learn how to book them, what products to offer and how to price and sell them.



John has owned his Wisconsin-based studio since 1974 and has been teaching photographers how to improve their imaging and grow their business for the past 38 years. He has remained relevant in the industry by constantly innovating and reinventing his work, business and teaching methodologies.

 



MEETING LOCATION WILL BE 

In Person

Slate at ll Creeks,

2701 Custer Parkway #905

Richardson, TX 75080 






We begin at 7:00 p.m. CST

Social Hour starts at 6:00pm


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