Posted by: nastypen | October 2, 2008

Students’ Light Drawings

For PA 160 (Visual Arts Workshop) class, we entered into the realm of photography. For our first lesson in photography, we have to understand how light and exposure works. So, with a 30-second shutter time and with the lights off at UP Manila College of Art and Sciences’ “Bat Cave” students ventured into light drawing. This took two sessions. Now this is fun in the dark that parents would approve of. hahahahah I love it when my students huddle and plan for their shots. It’s creativity at work.

My students urged me that I pose as they drew around me.  I really like the feeling of this frenzied creativity.

Click here for more samples of light drawings.


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