For photographers, light is the active medium; every adjustment to aperture, shutter speed, or sensitivity modifies how the camera interprets light. It is this that informs, obscures, and molds the creative qualities of photographs. In this class, students will explore the principles and practices of controlling natural and artificial light. Through lectures, demonstrations, and creative and challenging assignments, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of lighting for digital photography and will learn how to effectively use tungsten, strobe, and natural lighting in their work.
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