Night Photography Field Trip – student images

I teach a Night Photography workshop through McBain Camera and my students and I decided it would be fun to go out and do a field trip to apply what we’ve learned in the classroom.    Here are some of the images created by my students that night.  We practically got eaten alive by mosquitos and I think they learned a lot and we certainly had a lot of fun!

If you want to learn how to create images like this – come take my Night Workshop, and we’ll plan the next outing!

Images by Brenda Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Brenda Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Brenda Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Brenda Boychuk

Images by Kylie Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Kylie Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Kylie Boychuk

Night photography field trip - student image by Kylie Boychuk

Images by Ross Eagles

Night photography field trip - student image by Ross Eagles

Night photography field trip - student image by Ross Eagles

Night photography field trip - student image by Ross Eagles

Images by Dawn Sulyma

Night photography field trip - student image by Dawn Sulyma

Night photography field trip - student image by Dawn Sulyma

Night photography field trip - student image by Dawn Sulyma

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5 Responses to “Night Photography Field Trip – student images”
  1. Jan says:

    Nice work! They are all unique, but I particularly like the ones of the old truck taken by the Boychuks, Ross Eagles last 2 and Dawn Sulyma’s first.

  2. vicky hildebrandt says:

    I am quite impressed by your students Darlene. It takes a good teacher to share knowledge and experience ; and eager students with a desire to learn something new. I love the old car images. All of the images , to me, are expressions of what each photographer wants to share with their viewers.

  3. Darlene says:

    Thanks ladies, I’m sure they will be very flattered to hear your comments!

  4. GRL says:

    Some good work here. How many strobes did you have?

    • Darlene says:

      Thanks, my students will be pleased you think so. None of the images shown on this page were lit with strobe – all done with a simple flashlight! Oops, I stand corrected – the last one, the barn in the background was flashed, but the foreground was flashlight.

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Born and raised in Edmonton, Darlene has had formal training in photography at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. She enjoys portraits, fine art, and travel photography. She is a seasoned traveler having spent time in Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Peru, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia. Darlene loves exotic locales, exotic food and experiencing different countries directly through the local people and the cultural arts. She also enjoys helping others and is currently promoting her book Visions of Peru to raise funds for the children there.Her vision is to share her artistic talents through teaching “the art of seeing”, and to spread love and tolerance through the experience of truly connecting with and understanding people of different cultures. Darlene offers private photography lessons in Edmonton.