ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING
January 18th, 2018, 4:30pm presentation and then 5:30pm walking tour and workshop
The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen
26 S Farmer Ave, Tempe, AZ 85281
Mark Greenawalt’s presentation on architectural photography will help you take better pictures of your projects as we roll into Illumination Awards season. There is an art to getting great shots of exterior lighting projects. Having a quality camera with great lenses is a good start, but there are several other things to know that will elevate the impact of night photography. From discussing the best time to shoot to understanding the optimum camera settings, this presentation will show how to take better pictures to present your projects and products for marketing, design awards, and stellar portfolios.
After the presentation, you are welcome to stay at the restaurant to socialize and network or you can join Greenawalt on a walking tour and workshop of the Tempe Town Lake area and hone your photography skills. Bring your camera, even if it is just your smart phone! Other items that could prove beneficial are your camera manual, a tripod, lenses, storage disks, and any other photography equipment you might have.
Biography – Mark Greenawalt
Mark Greenawalt earned a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University and brings 25 years of experience in design and engineering in the hospitality, educational, workplace, and theatrical sectors. His credentials include Professional Engineer registrations in AZ, CA, and UT, LEED Building Design and Construction, and Lighting Certification by NCQLP. Greenawalt is the recipient of multiple IES Illumination Awards and is the president of the Phoenix Section of the Illumination Engineering Society. His photography has been published in several magazines and has been included in multiple IES Illumination Award winning submissions.
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We would like to thank all of our past speakers for sharing their knowledge with us. Here is a partial listing of some of our past programs.
Presentation 12/17 IESPHX Desert Botanical Gardens – Las Noches de las Luminarias A wonderful evening of networking and enjoying the 8,000 hand lit luminaria bags, thousands of twinkling lights, the beautiful garden landscape and a rare treat, monumental sculptures of Japanese American artist Jun Kaneko.We met at the entrance for cookies and hot chocolate before entering and then enjoyed some good live music together at the event. 06/17 Sean Carnal/
R.C. Lurie Company
Lighting Product & Technology Design Trends Topics included Tunable White, Saturated & Tunable Color, Dynamic Lighting, Lighting for the Built Environment, and Controls Development/Reporting. This presentation will provide a broad overview of several topics that lighting manufacturers are focusing on. Knowledge of these topics will be greatly beneficial to lighting designers and engineers as the technologies further mature and become more widely implemented. 05/17 Mariana G. Figueiro, Ph.D./
Lighting Research Center
Light and Health: From Science to Applications Biological rhythms that repeat approximately every 24 hours are called circadian rhythms. Light is the main stimulus that helps the circadian clock, and thus circadian rhythms, to synchronize with the 24-hour day. If lack of synchrony or circadian disruption occurs, we may experience decrements in physiological functions, neurobehavioral performance, and sleep.
Lighting for the circadian system employs lighting design objectives that differ from those typically used in traditional architectural lighting design, and therefore, requires metrics that differ from those currently used by lighting designers.
In this presentation, the limitations of current lighting metrics (e.g. CCT, lux) in specifying light for the circadian system will be discussed. Practical design solutions to increase the potential for circadian light exposure in buildings and new field data investigating the health effects of light will be discussed.
The goal of this presentation is to provide attendees with new tools and metrics that will help them specify and apply effective lighting to improve our lighting in our living environments.
03/17 Justin Dagerman/
MSA EngineeringNathan Short/
Energy Systems Design
2015 IECC and 2016 CA Title 24 Code Update The class highlighted key changes to the codes as well as general requirements and design criteria. 12/16 Cassie Robertson/DPR Construction DPR Construction Office Tour tour of DPR Construction’s Phoenix Net-Zero Energy Certified office building. Phoenix’s Net-Zero Energy Certified office building serves as a “living laboratory” for the community and is as high-performing and multi-talented as our people. Ranked as one of the largest general contractors in Arizona and a leading technical builder in the Southwest, DPR’s Phoenix office has built a solid reputation since it was established in 1994. The 125-person operation completes award-winning projects and is recognized as one of the safest contractors in the Southwest (and Arizona). 06/16 Buck Yee/Davis Architecture Marina Heights Tour A walking tour of the 20 acre Marina Heights campus at Tempe Town Lake included a representative selection of the 2-million square foot of this massive office complex, the largest in Arizona. We toured Building A to explore a typical floor, a training floor, the parking garage, a balcony and the lobby and then concluded with exterior plaza’s Arizona Room. 03/16 Hosted by Architekton ASU College Avenue Commons Tour College Avenue Commons is the recently completed 149k square foot facility at the Arizona State University main campus.It is a mixed-use, five-story building designed for the ASU School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and the Sun Devil Marketplace. The facility provides mediated classrooms, offices, labs and collaboration/study spaces for Del E. Webb School of Construction, Construction Engineering, the Alliance for Construction Excellence, and the Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering department. The project was designed in collaboration by Architekton and Gensler. 11/15 Gregg Adams/Clanton and Associates Lighting Sommeliers:
Pairing Solid-state Lamps and Dimmers in Existing Spaces
10/15 Mark Greenawalt and Zack Hoyt/Creative Designs in Lighting Designing with Daylight – The latest products and programs to help navigate the design of Daylight Autonomy. 09/15 Ryder Tunney/ LightLab International Tour of LightLab International photometric test facility in Phoenix to observe a state of the art 5m (16.5ft) Type-C rotating mirror gonio-photometer, namely; R80A 04/15 Daniel Gourley/ SGR Media Tour of the Chandler City Hall Television studio and the recent LED lighting upgrades. 03/15 Nathan Short, P.E. /Energy Systems Design 2012 IECC Code Refresher-A general overview of the energy code as it relates to lighting. 12/14 IES Networking Function APS Electric Light Parade
Pre-event float viewing
11/14 Jeff Farrington from Holophane How the eye works and the impacts on lighting design.AIA Accredited. 05/14 Bob Ferraro-SRP and Justin Pratt-APS APS / SRP Commercial Rebate Program Lunch Event SRP Program Presentation 02/14 Dr. Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg Associate Professor at the University of Idaho. Seminar on daylighting and current best practices for daylighting design and analysis. This program qualifies for 1.15 IES CEUs, AIA LUs, and GBCI CEs. 01/14 CHIHULY IN THE GARDEN
DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN
Self-Guided tour of the exhibit with complimentary admission. 12/13 Alwun House
Lighthouse Art Installation With gallery lights off, artworks must play on the theme of illumination – an eclectic electric exhibit. Light up the Holidays, with luminous art installed throughout Alwun House gallery and into the gardens, creating a warm and fuzzy atmosphere. Bask in the warm glow of self-illuminating artworks from over 25 artists light boxes, furniture, shrines, sculpture, black light, neon, video, lamps, and an interactive light installation. Works display imaginative integration of mediums, functional and conceptual. All arts shining in a darkened room. 09/13 32nd Annual Sunstroke Classic Annual Golf Tournament at
ASU Karsten Golf Course
05/13 DPR Construction Tour of DRP Construction’s Net Zero Headquarters http://www.buildingdashboard.com/clients/dpr/phoenix/ 04/13 Salt River Project 5th Annual SRP Energy Efficiency Alliance Conference and Workshop 01/13 Roger Smith South Mountain Community College Library Lighting Tour 12/12 IES Phoenix Section APS Fiesta of Lights
Electric Light Parade
Preview Party, Phoenix, AZ
11/12 IES Phoenix Section The IES Phoenix Awards Banquet at Phoenix City Grill
South Arizona Avenue
John Willett and Ryan Neiffer
Paradise Valley Community College
Building Q Renovation
09/12 30th Annual Sunstroke
Annual Golf Tournament at
Wildfire Golf Course
JW Marriott at Desert Ridge
04/12 Jeff Gerwing/
City of Chandler City Hall Complex, winner of the Paul Waturbury Award for Outdoor Lighting Design 03/12 Chip Israel The IES Roadshow will roll out of the new IES Handbook 02/12 Jeff Kramer/
Safety and Security Lighting 01/12 IES Phoenix Section Walking tour of ZooLights at the Phoenix Zoo 11/11 IES Phoenix Section The IES Phoenix Awards Banquet at Busters on the Lake
Halle Children’s Heart Museum
Robin Goetz and Thomas Goetz
Mesa Community College Health and Wellness Building
Mark Greenawalt and Megan Smith
The Saguaro Building at Mesa Community College, Red Mountain Campus
Randall Driscoll and Brett Lorenzen
10/11 Kim Anderson/
APS and Bob Ferraro/
APS / SRP Commercial Rebate Program Lunch Event 09/11 29th Annual Sunstroke
Golf Tournament Wrap-up 06/11 Brett Lorenzen, Mark Greenawalt/SmithGroup Tour of Central Park East and Taylor Place 04/11 Herberger Staff Herberger Theater Tour 03/11 Lighting Sciences Staff LIGHTING SCIENCES, INC. LUNCHTIME FACILITY TOUR 02/11 Jeff Kramer/Phillips Lighting Energy Efficient Lighting – Today and into the FuturePresentation 01/11 IES Phoenix Section THE IES PHOENIX AWARDS BANQUET 01/11 Scott Wright/Wright Engineering Phoenix ZooLights 09/10 28th Annual Sunstroke Golf Classic Golf Tournament Wrap-up 06/10 Mark Greenawalt/SmithGroup LASERS 03/10 Scott Wright/Wright Engineering Site Visit to the Phoenix Civic Art Space 02/10 Howard Israel/International Darksky Association A Night of Star Gazing and a Lecture on the Effects of Light Pollution 01/10 John Abberton/Allied Group Sales Light Control and LEED: How Light Control Helps Achieve LEED Certification in Commercial Buildings 11/09 David DiLaura/Accuity Brands A History of Light and Lighting 10/09 Lisa Heschong/Heschong Mahone Group Using Daylighting as a Light Source 08/09 Jeff Kramer/Phillips Lighting LED’s – Are We There Yet? 04/09 Mark Greenawalt & Brett Lorenzen/SmithGroup Using 3D Software to Streamline the Preparation of Lighting Construction Documents 03/09 Greg Subisak, PE, LC/Holophane How to Properly Read Photometric Reports 01/09 Dawn DeGrazio/Lighting Analysts The Yin-Yang of Lighting Design 10/08 Peter Strasser/International Dark Sky 11/07 Mark Greenawalt, PE, LC/Creative Designs in Lighting Architectural Photography 04/07 Meg Smith/Lightolier Intelligent Lighting – The Smart Way to Green 03/07 Ray Yeager/Holophane Nighttime Driving for the Aging Driver 02/07 Dawn DeGrazzio/Holophane Lighting for Industrial Facilities 01/07 Greg Subisak/Holophane Photometry Reports Simplified 12/06 Martin Moeck/ASU DALI Applications and Next Generation Controls 10/06 Clark Corn/Wide-Lite Electronic HID & HID Dimming Technologies 05/06 Wayne Dobberphul and Bill Biesemeyer/APS Demand Side Management Program 04/06 Sunstroke Golf Tournament Sunstroke Golf Tournament 04/06 Cheryl English/Lithonia Lighting EPAct 2005 – Tax Credit Opportunities For Energy Efficiency 03/06 Naomi Miller/Naomi Miller Lighting Design Award winning lighting practices
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