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Building on the foundation established in PG-101, we’ll dig deeper into controlling compositions through light sources and storytelling. There will be hands-on practice sessions during which you will learn how to control and combine all different camera functions creatively. Among other techniques, this course is perfect for the intermediate photographer looking to hone their skills.
Discover the digital realm of portrait photography by learning how to identify the inner characteristics of your subject. Learn how studio lighting, composition techniques and the principles of design will enhance your abilities. Although ideal for students who want to broaden their understanding of studio photography, outdoor and natural light photography is also covered.
Photography is commonly used to sell, document, and advertise buildings, homes, and spaces. Join us for an introduction to the fundamentals of real estate and architectural photography. You’ll learn about the best approach to photographing any subject, whether you’re representing it realistically or embellishing its features. We’ll explore lighting, staging, and infusing unique style into your shots.
Painting With Light
To a photographer light is our medium. Beyond a sharp and well exposed and composed image the ability to work with the light is often what separates great photographers from the crowd. This course is a study of light and how it becomes your images. Here we explore the characteristics and techniques used with each type of lighting in a wide variety of contexts.
Flash Lighting Workshop
Strobe or Flash Lighting has the advantage of being able to stop action while matching the colour temperature of daylight. Two characteristics that make it ideal for many applications in photography. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it can solve those challenges.
Tungsten Lighting Workshop
Tungsten Lighting is the standard for indoor lighting and is calibrated to match most interior lighting situations. As a continuous light source it has a long history of reliable and color accurate light for photography and film production. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it solves those challenges.
LED Lighting Workshop
LED lighting has the advantage of being a low-power consumption, continuous light source which emits very little heat, making it ideal for many photographic and video applications. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it solves those challenges.
Daylight Lighting Workshop
Daylight is the most readily available light source for photography and it can be managed to craft beautiful natural light of many subjects. At one point natural north light windows illuminated most photographic studios, and for good reason. In this course we explore the characteristics of daylight lighting as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it solves those challenges.
Special Effect Lighting Workshop
In this workshop we explore and reveal many tips and tricks to create very special lighting effects that can create magic in your photographs. Drastically change the mood of your compositions or add shimmer and sheen to objects using these techniques. You will be surprised at what you can do with the creative use of light sources in your images.