A Hollywood 40’s Lighting Program
with David Lloyd, CPP
Sunday, April 10 at 9am PDT
On April 10th, 2022 your photographic journey will begin, at the Historic Flight Aviation Museum in Spokane, WA. As you enter the set of what appears to be a WWII Hollywood Movie in the making, you will experience a full emersion Hollywood Glamour Air Museum photo shoot, featuring local celebrity models, in vintage 1940’s makeup, hair and wardrobe.
To complete your experience, you will receive expert instruction in era lighting and photographic composition with David Lloyd, CPP - professional photographer, inventor, instructor and published author of the Coffee Table Book, Creative OCF Lighting Techniques for Photographers. So get ready to embark on an amazing journey into the wonderful world of Hollywood’s Golden Era, the 1940’s, where you will learn the secrets of 1940’s Hollywood lighting. Then apply what you learn at the Open Shoot to follow.
David Lloyd, CPP
David Lloyd is a practicing engineer, photographer, published author and college level educator with a retail portrait studio in Chandler, Arizona where he specializes in Vintage Fine Art Portraiture and Commercial Photography.
David holds a Master’s Equivalency in Photographic Education and a Certified Professional Photographer status from the Professional Photographers of America.
Awarded a US Patent for Electronic Flash Design, David designed and taught a photography curriculum for his fellow engineers and employees at the Vivitar Corp. in the mid 70’s, which included photography workshops at well known fashion studios in Hollywood, CA.
In his book, “Creative OCF Lighting Techniques for Photographers” David addresses the artistic and technical side of flash photography as an in-depth tutorial guide to Off-Camera Flash for environmental portraiture.
David continues to help fellow photographers learn and perfect their craft by teaching photographic lighting and composition to individual students and in group workshops, including a five year series of 40’s Hollywood lighting workshops at the Commemorative Air force Museum in Mesa, AZ.
The Professional Photographers of Washington
27088 Ohio Ave NE