Learn “light painting” at Jack London Park

Outdoor shutter enthusiasts, get your cameras out – Jack London State Historic Park offers the opportunity to experience the art of light painting for digital nighttime photography at Jack London’s Wolf House from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays November 6.

Photographer and instructor Ray Mabry will explain to participants the camera settings, equipment, tips and techniques to create spectacular images. For more than 25 years, Mabry has used his photography background to capture images in the form of architecture, landscape and abstract forms, according to an event announcement from Jack London Park.

Mabry has extensive experience in computer science and digital imaging. Rotating with professional-level equipment, it captures images to further explore new ideas in digital photography. Mabry is a writer for several photography blogs, photography teacher and photojournalist, according to the event announcement.

The class will explore the traditional form of light painting, a technique using powerful flashlights (and other light sources) to paint light on a subject or scene during long exposure. The results are often unique, revealing an extraordinary scene that would not normally be visible.

Topics include: Styles of light painting; installation and preparation; recommended equipment; camera basics (setting up your camera); light sources; lighting technology.

Participants must bring: a digital SLR or camera with manual settings that include a “bulb” or capable of 30 second exposures; a wide angle lens (between 16 and 24 mm is better); a cable shutter release button, remote shutter release or 10-second self-timer, and a small flashlight or headlamp for adjusting camera settings and getting around safely; a sturdy tripod; additional batteries (long exposures and cold temperatures burn batteries faster); memory cards (Mabry recommends shooting in RAW format but not compulsory); a sun visor is recommended.

The course is limited to 15 participants. The terrain is rugged and it will be dark. Sturdy shoes, a flashlight and warm clothes are recommended. For more information on access, call 707-938-5216.

This event may be canceled in the event of rain.

2400 London Ranch Road, Glen Ellen. Meet in the museum car park to the left of the entrance kiosk.

Tickets cost $ 50 including parking. For tickets and more information visit jacklondonpark.com/events/wolf-house-at-night/.

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