About this Talk
Part of the fun of night photography comes from variety—variety of subjects, variety of locations, variety of conditions. But enormous benefits can come from focusing at least some of our work on a specific project.
A special project could be a collection of images created with the same technique, or with a similar look, or in the same location, or within a certain timeframe, etc. Whatever the confines of the concept, developing and honing a special project forces us to stretch our creative boundaries. With that comes new growth and new vision.
Join this panel of established night photographers as they discuss the special projects they’ve cultivated for years of their careers—projects that range from light painting Americana to photographing rocket launches to chasing waterfalls and beyond. They’ll discuss how pursuing their ideas over time has helped them hone their artistry and create new opportunities. Moreover, they’ll offer advice on how you can do the same.