Foundations 108. Understanding that studio light is essential indoors, you now know that it can ruin your shot if not lit properly or make a significant difference. Not only can you flatter who or what you are shooting, but you can alter the feel of your portrait by changing your lights. You have the choice of a light, cheery portrait or a serious and dramatic look just by your studio lighting. Understanding and know how to light indoors gives you the control of what you want to achieve.
Once you develop a taste for indoor photography, it is only a matter of time before you will want your own studio lighting setup. A studio setup can be anything from a few table lamps, and a spare sheet for the background, to an elaborate multi flash system. This class helps students learn which light sources and materials are appropriate for the studio photography you anticipate.
In this course, students learn fundamental studio lighting setups and familiarize themselves with the lights, light modifiers, and the why of student lighting. In class, students perform several live lighting plans...