In this workshop artist and commercial photographer Dylan Nelson will be sharing his methods for lighting that can be done without expensive equipment. Dylan will, in real time, light objects in his studio. He will demonstrate his exploration of light as a creative tool and showcase how to refine your approach to some basic lighting set-ups. After a demo Dylan will leave lots of time for questions.
Meet your instructor
Dylan Nelson is an artist with a day job living and working in Minneapolis. His book Amber Gambler is in the collections of Pier 24, St. Olaf College, and The Walker Art Center. His works are in the private collections of literally two people and one was a family friend so it sort of doesn’t count. He has exhibited work at Aperture Gallery, the University of Minnesota, Yeah Maybe Gallery, and a bunch of other ones. During the day he is a re-toucher and digital tech working with a wide group of commercial clients including Levi’s, Puma, Target, and Wal-Mart.
Materials Needed: Lights of any style and a camera.
Workshop will be held via Zoom app (account not required). Link to join will be sent to all registered prior to workshop.
This event was published on March 8, 2021.