Lighting Techniques in Photography

  Start Date September 9
  Time 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
  Instructor Mark Chen

Class meets two Saturdays: September 9th & 16th, from 3:30–5:30 pm.

Lighting in Photography is an interactive course which introduces students to various lighting techniques using both studio strobes and natural light. Students learn to work with a handheld light meter to measure and control natural and studio lighting. This class includes an introduction to lighting styles and techniques from the highly stylized studio strobe to the Chiaroscuro effect of window light and everything in between.

$85 HCP Members / $105 Regular price

What to bring to class:
Three examples of lighting the student likes
Digital SLR fully manual
Sync cord adapter
Memory card
Extra batteries or charger
Portable storage device

Suggested Pre-requisites:
Photography I: Learning the Basics
Photography II: Beyond the Basics
Composition I: From Good to Great

Suggested classes to continue education:
Natural Light Portraiture
Photographing Families

Suggested Reading:
Lighting for Photography: Techniques for Studio and Location Shoots, by Glenn Rand

Early registration (August 16th–22nd) is for HCP members only.
Registration for the general public begins Wednesday, August 23rd.

Level Intermediate
Course Type Capture