Holography WorkshopsPublishing Notes
Updated 11 JUNE 2014
. . . Work with Frank DeFreitas . . .
Private Holography Instruction Since 1983
2014 is the 31st year of my holography workshops! I am currently working on a number in-house research projects, so I will be accepting only a limited number of students throughout the calendar year. Thank you for your understanding.
1. Introduction to HolographyMy most popular workshop for decades. We will work together in the holography lab and create laser hologram for you to take home. Your hologram will be shot onto an archive quality, gelatin silver glass plate, not cheap film. Great for beginners, and also for those who wish to make holograms again after a long absence. You'll learn the entire step-by-step basic process, and see how you can easily and affordably set up your own hologram lab at home or at school. You'll also get some hands-on experience with various pieces of equipment, such as lenses, mirrors, beamsplitters and spatial filters. It is a great informal learning experience ... with an added dash of fun.
2. Presentations @ Your LocationCall (610-434-8236) or email about having a presentation about lasers and holograms for your group or organization. Length of each presentation can be adjusted from twenty minutes to one hour. A small honorarium or "pass the hat" to cover time and fuel is always appreciated, but never mandatory.
ContactWorkshops are at my home studio (Allentown, PA)
Any day except Sunday.
Presentations: Any day (church groups ok on Sundays)
About My WorkshopsFor 30+ years, I have provided world-class holography educational programs for tens of thousands of students at: The Franklin Institute, Phila; Liberty Science Center, NJ; The Discovery Center of Science and Technology, PA; Lehigh University Physics Dept.; Lehigh-Carbon Community College; Northampton Community College; Georgian Court University Physics Dept.; The Smithsonian Institution, Wash. D.C. (Hirshhorn Museum & Fick Education Center), the New York Hall of Science; the Urban Systemic Initiative (NSF); private homes; and many elementary, middle and high schools throughout the northeast region -- along with several National Science Foundation-funded programs in other areas of the U.S.
Where is my studio / lab / exhibit room?My home studio and holography archive is located in Allentown, Pennsylvania (drive times approximate): Philadelphia (1.5 hours); New York City (2 hours); Binghamton (2.5 hours); New Jersey (west) (30 minutes); New Jersey (shore) (2.5 hours); Baltimore (3.5 hours); Washington D.C. (4 hours); Wilkes-Barre (1 hour); Scranton (1.5 hours); Lancaster (1.5 hours); Reading (1 hour); Kutztown (30 minutes); Pittsburgh (5 hours).
Flag Counter started on January 1, 2014.
Frank DeFreitas | Box 85 | Allentown, PA 18105
Phone: 610-434-8236 | Email: holoworld [at] yahoo [dot] com