Course Description

Lighting can make or break your photographs. Knowing how light interacts with your subject is as important as knowing how to use your camera. In this course, students tackle the technical and aesthetic concerns of both continuous source and strobe (flash) lighting. Instruction covers the use of light meters, reflectors, fill flash, soft boxes, and the safe operation of strobe equipment. Students photograph people and objects to understand the lighting problems and solutions for each. Please note: students should bring samples of their work to the first class.

Prerequisite:  Students must have a working knowledge of traditional/digital manual camera functions.

Included in Course Price: $35 for courses held in a college lab

Optional Open Lab: $150 payable at checkout. An average of six hours per week, with a maximum of 60 hours total for the 10-week term. Lab hours will be posted, and schedules will be determined between the lab manager and the student. Students can only purchase these additional hours for courses they are currently registered for. 

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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