Zoom Links will be sent to all who register through the Vermont Professional Photographers Website just before the event.
"One of my favorite things to do is light up things at night. The bigger the better! In this presentation I show how to light things big and small with a flashlight. I go over the equipment needed, I have an assortment of flashlights that I use, from the light of my iPhone to a whopping 18 million candlepower monster that fills 1/4 of my suitcase. While viewing many scenes I have light painted, we’ll talk about the camera settings needed, most people will be surprised to learn I shoot almost all my night scenes at ISO 100. Attendees will learn how to tell if the scene would be good for light painting and how to scout for great scenes. It is a fun evening that always generates lots of 'Wow, I didn’t know I could do that!' comments."
Working as a professional photographer since 1978, Loren Fisher has photographed subjects as diverse the Olympics in Seoul, Korea, eagles in Alaska, transporting horses in a 747 from Germany, the 106 covered bridges of Vermont, in the dressing room with the Rockettes and backstage with Bruce Springsteen.
Loren has published two photography books: “Pope John Paul II: An American Celebration” which documented the papal visit to New York, New Jersey and Baltimore and “Branson Backstage” which looks at the phenomenon of 35 live music theaters in Branson, Missouri.
Crawling through the woods, donning waders in swamps and searching out what’s good is what keeps Loren excited. While he has traveled to 50 states and 18 countries, Loren loves to seek out the beauty that surrounds him locally.
Loren started working in newspapers in 1978 as a staff photographer and worked for seven newspapers in Indiana, Ohio and New Jersey, plus USA Today as a photographer, photo editor and graphics editor. He was Managing Editor/Digital for two N.J. Gannett newspapers, the Home News Tribune and Courier News and oversaw the combined website.
He is a past president of the New Jersey chapter of ASMP and was an adjunct professor at Rutgers University teaching photography, multimedia and video in the journalism department.
Loren lives in Somerville, N.J. and Woodstock, Vt.
More at http://lorenphotos.com