Getting close, and staying real - with one light
“Keeping it simple” allows the photographer to expand on the possibilities that exist just around, and in front of them, in a portrait setting. Simple tools allow the image-maker to creatively transform ordinary spaces into inspired portrait environments; white walls become shades of grey, an apparent obstruction becomes a compositional element, and perhaps poor ambient light reveals itself to be a perfect background light for a well placed key light.
The workshop covers the essentials of creating effective portraiture lighting with a single light source, and blending ambient light with a single source for remarkable results. Both flash and continuous sources (including cost-effective Compact Fluorescent light sources) will be used to explore the quality of light, mixing light sources, and light shaping.
PREREQUISITE: Digital Photography I or equivalent.
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JANUARY 10 - FEBRUARY 7, 2017
January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7
TUESDAYS 6PM - 9PM
5 SESSIONS - 15 HOURS
LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE | $265