Dramatic Lighting Seminar
SEMINAR DATE: APRIL 20, 2015 6-9PM AT KIRA DERRYBERRY PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO
Have you ever wanted to create a hard hitting dramatic image but could never get the light quite right? Do your low key images just fade off into the background with a whimper instead of popping off the paper and grabbing your viewer? Then this class/workshop is the one for you. Wayne Denmark will be teaching you ALL of his secrets for creating high impact edgy and dramatic artistic images. During his three hour seminar he will show and explain how to work one, two, three, four and five lights to create beautiful dramatic images! In addition, as an added bonus Wayne will open his own studio up on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 12 noon to 5pm for you to come in and actually set up the lights and practice what you learn during the seminar.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Wayne was born in a small rural town in Mississippi and he traveled though most of the free counties of Europe by the time he was nine years old. This allowed him to be exposed to some of the world’s most beautiful art which had a lasting effect on him and his artistic style of photography. In the following years, he attended Florida Junior College where he received his degree in Fine Arts and transition on to Jacksonville University where he pursued his BA Degree in Fine Arts. After college, he joined the US Navy and honorably served for 22 years. During his the time in the Navy, he manage to travel around the world several times, worked as a Photographic Interpreter, Police Officer and Counter-Terrorist Operator. These travels and life experience only added additional perspectives to his unique artistic insight.
He now own and operate Denmark’s Photography at Studio 715 in Tallahassee which is one of the largest photography studios in the Big Bend Area of Florida. Wayne spends his days working both in studio and on location creating fine art portraits, fine art nudes and classic landscapes and seascapes.
When not shooting images, Wayne can be found teaching classes to other photographers in lighting, posing techniques, and Photoshop.
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