Sept 26, 2019 Thursday
518 E Washington St Ann Arbor, MI. 48104
Bubble Trailer Light Tour Event
With Suzette Allen and Jon Yoshinaga
Sponsored by Panasonic Lumix
12:00 gather at the Education room next door to CameraMall.
12:30-1:30 Travel Program
1:30-2:30 Meet and Greet with Bubble Trailer
move across the street to the Church Parking Lot for
mini-tour and a lighting Demo with students.
Snacks and drinks and goodies to share!
TRAVEL LIGHT, SEE THE LIGHT, SHARE THE LIGHT!
Traveling beautiful places is so full of inspiration and beauty, we just want to capture and share it! Join Suzette and Jon, both Lumix Ambassadors and travel enthusiasts, for a light-centric and light-hearted program on Traveling, Photography & Light! Suzette and Jon travel and teach about half of each year and especially love to travel in their 13” “Bubble Trailer”! They are doing a cross-country tour of 13,000 miles starting on Sept 7 through mid-November, sharing their photos and tips with photographers and helping inspire them, give tips on taking better pictures and share them too! Suzette and Jon will be sharing many of their stories and images from the cross country trek and will inspire you to sieze the dream and go after your passion!
Topics you’ll enjoy:
Hiking trips - how to travel light (gear, tools, etc)
Mobile sharing- using wifi, tablets/apps to make art on the GO
SHARE along the journey (without hauling your computer!)
Back-up plans for files on the road
Strategies for storytelling Making coffee table books and sharing
Leveraging Motion- VIDEO and on-the-road editing
Dealing with the elements-be prepared for the extreme
Lenses and gear you don’t want to leave behind
Power issues: solar and how we use it
Night shooting- stars, milky ways and light painting
Long exposures- nighttime and movement.
Sunrise, Sunset, Sunpaths and apps!
Location searching/planning tools/tips
Make Prints: don’t just share digitally
Routines and systems you need to stay organized
Aux lighting: LED or Flash? Reflectors, scrims (do you need em?)
Infrared: how to SEE what you cannot see to get great IR shots