Photography Workshops - Fall 2021
Led by 2016 Fallingwater Institute Artist-in-Residence: Andrew Pielage
By the time he designed Fallingwater in 1934, Frank Lloyd Wright had become a master of light and space. Photography also requires a mastery of light, especially when photographing a structure like Fallingwater. Join Andrew Pielage, an artist-in-residence at the Fallingwater Institute who has photographed more than 60 Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the country and whose work has been internationally published and featured on Architectural Digest magazine, Vanity magazine, Lonely Planet, Curbed, PBS and NPR.
Learn the best shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings for exterior and interior spaces. Join a small group of photographers and benefit from an intimate group size with direct instruction and feedback from Pielage while learning ways to improve your photographs. Enjoy full photographic access of Fallingwater and its site in early morning and evening hours. Workshop includes a special night photography session (weather permitting).
Pielage has photographed more than 40 Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the country and has been published in newspapers, magazines and websites from CNN to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s quarterly magazine.
Photography Tour: Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and Polymath Park
October 19-21, 2022
Spend three days practicing your photography skills with Andrew Pielage while exploring three Wright sites in the Laurel Highlands: Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and the Duncan and Lindholm Houses at Polymath Park. Knowledge of ISO, shutter speed, and aperture required.
$1,275 Double Occupancy (Roommate may be requested or assigned.)
$2,550 Single Occupancy
Price includes instruction, tours, housing, meals, and shuttles to three sites.
Participants must bring full manual camera, tripod and laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC installed prior to class.
Focus on Fallingwater: Architecture and Landscape Photography Workshop for Beginners
October 14-16, 2022
Focus your lens on Fallingwater during this weekend workshop. Learn about ISO, shutter speed, and aperture as well as how to read natural light.
$850 Double Occupancy (Roommate may be requested or assigned.)
$1,700 Single Occupancy
Price includes instruction, tours, housing, and meals.
Participants must bring full manual camera, tripod.
Discount available for Fayette County residents.
To register, contact Fallingwater Institute Programs Manager Marie Woof at email@example.com.
Photos by Andrew Pielage