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Sunday, October 9 • 8:30am - 10:00am
The Art of Darkness (Allison McSorley)

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This 90-minute hands-on session will focus on using indoor natural light and composition to create artistic children’s imagery. It will begin with a brief discussion of both light and composition and the roles each play not only in shaping mood and message but also in the creation of compelling photographs. This discussion will be followed by the hands-on shooting portion of the program where the instructor will guide participants through various lighting and composition setups/opportunities, both posed and spontaneous, with several young subjects in a lifestyle setting.

At the conclusion of this program, students will have a better understanding of how to:
1) recognize directional light opportunities - front light, side light, back light
2) manipulate light with available modifiers
3) identify unique composition opportunities - framing, lines, negative space, depth, perspective, etc.
4) incorporate available indoor light and environmental elements into their workflow to create stronger, more compelling and artistic images

Instructors
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Allison McSorley

Mentor/Workshop Instructor, Clickin Moms
Allison is a natural light photographer and Clickin Moms workshop Instructor who specializes in dramatic light portraiture, with the bulk of her work demonstrating a strong emphasis on directional light and meaningful connections with the camera. Like many new moms, she picked up a camera early on as a means to document the milestones and everyday moments in her children's lives. Since then, she has become passionate about creating artistic... Read More →

Sunday October 9, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Crown Suite, Westin Seattle, Room 4057 - South Tower, Floor 40 1900 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101