Manipulating the Light with Yori Ryan

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Explore multiple ways to light a scene combining available natural or artificial light with tools of photography such as diffusers, reflectors, colored gels, off camera flash and strobe lights. We will also play with items from around the house that can be converted into great tools to shape light. We will discuss the color of light, how it changes throughout the day and how we can utilize what we find to get the effect we want. We will share and discuss images created in class at the end of each day. Beginner and Beyond

*Photography workshops are taught in a second-floor walk-up studio*

Tuition: $430 (lunch is included)
Studio/Materials Fee: $60
Registration Fee: $30*
 (listed as "shipping" in cart) *Members use coupon code WAIVEFEE at check-out

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A native of Scranton, PA, Lori Ryan is a photographer and artist who has settled in the Pocono Mountain region of Northeastern, PA. She received an AFA from Keystone College and a BFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art. Her career led her to New York, NY where she became a Photo Editor in both the publishing and stock photography industries. Her photographs have appeared in national magazines such as Field and Stream and Woman's World, and her fine art work has been exhibited in New York, NY, Cambridge, MA, Trenton, NJ, Scranton, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and notably, The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, PA. Over the last 16 years, Lori dedicated her time to her family raising her two children while building her portrait and commercial business, Lori Ryan Photography. For the last decade she was an Adjunct Instructor in the Turock School of Visual Arts of Keystone College, La Plume, PA. Currently, Lori is Curator of the Art Gallery, Three Hammers Winery and is Co-Director of the Camerawork Gallery, Scranton, PA. www.loriryanphotography.com

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