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About the Photographer...

Luminous Landscapes

“My photography is a box of chocolates that is full of variety image making. My sweet tooth really is long exposure photography. Using these techniques, I am able to create luminous landscapes that reveal a

peacefulness or chaos to a scene.”    -Brandon Hirt


10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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Artist Workshops

PHOTOGRAPHY Workshop w/Brandon Hirt

M: $15    NM: $20
Saturday, April 8 1:00-3:00 pm.
Spend an afternoon with our Gallery Artist, Brandon Hirt, as he lets us in on a few of his secrets on how he gets his landscape and night time photos to look the way they do… through the use of F-stops, shutter speeds, manipulation, etc.  He’ll also answer all questions you might have, plus give you tips and pointers on how to get “creative” with your own camera. Bring  your SLR or DSLR camera with you to class.  

 

PHOTO WALK w/Brandon Hirt

~FREE~
Saturday, April 8, 6:30-8:00 pm.
Rediscover some of Johnstown’s noted landmarks through Brandon’s eyes as he takes you to some of his favorite photo locations … like the Stone Bridge & the Inclined Plane in downtown Johnstown. He’ll show you just the right spot to stand to get a memorable photo, answer all questions you might have, and give you tips and pointers for better photos. Bring  your SLR or DSLR camera along.

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"My statement? Enjoy life and and art around you. Sometimes art is making a pie or driving down an icy road. Art is everything we do and how we do it. My personal favorites are using a light capture device or cooking breakfast. Sometime you overexposure your eggs and sometimes you get lucky adding onions to your scene.

Create or Die......"

                            -Brandon Hirt

Brandon Hirt is a fine art landscape and wedding/portrait photographer who currently resides in Ebensburg, PA. Brandon utilizes long exposures to create unique perspectives and mood in his work, inspired by nature and the night time. His work has been published in local and national magazines, most recently the cover of Hobby Farms, Pennsylvania Magazine, and Johnstown Magazine and Winterstick Snowboards. His fine art work photography has been exhibited at Central PA Arts Festival, Three Rivers Art Festival, Ebensburg Potato Fest, Bedford Fall Foliage, New Germany Art Festival, Shadyside, and Manayunk Art Festivals.

Keeping the Arts Alive in Cambria County.

For More about Brandon Hirt...

Community Arts Center of Cambria County
Hours of Operation

A Photography Exhibition by 

March 4 -31 2017

Brandon Hirt

 These fine art images will last from 2 seconds to 2 hours. I create most of these during the power of moonlight which will help extend my exposures. From urban nightscapes to stars spinning around the Northern Star, most of my long exposures are created at night when the stars shine or when a car is flying by with its headlights shining. They say the spice of life is variety, so I keep that going with my camera. I am available to shoot weddings and portraits. From my Farmscape series that will mooove you to my Black and White Series and environmental portrait work, I am always looking to create images of everyday views from new perspectives."

​-Brandon Hirt

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"Growing up spending time outdoors connected me with nature, and the desire to capture the beauty of it. That is when I started to pick up a camera, capturing the beautiful scenes of Pennsylvania. I then moved to Colorado and Oregon to live the dream of snowboarding for 10 years. During that time I really caught the bug of photography. After taking a few black and white classes I was hooked. Over the years, as my photography grew I wanted to capture memorable images that no one else was taking. This is when I started working with longer exposures in my photography to create unique perspectives and mood into my images.