shooting 201: mastering natural light indoors with megan cieloha
jan 19-feb 16
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Mastering Natural Light Indoors will empower photographers who have a solid grasp of working with their cameras in manual mode to learn how to see and utilize indoor light. It will give participants the ability to become comfortable working with available light indoors and enable them to make lighting choices that best support their artistic vision. By focusing on the study of light, photographers will begin to see the world in a new way and create a toolbox of strategies for maximizing the use of any indoor lighting situation they might run across. Understanding of light is foundational in photography and the excitement of learning to see and story tell with light is often a turning point for those who strive to create meaningful images. Join us and fall in love with the possibilities, and beauty, of light!
daily shooting encouraged
6-8 hours of work per week
this course has prerequisites
Participants should be comfortable shooting in manual mode and have a solid grasp of working with the exposure triangle (aperture, shutter speed, ISO.) A DSLR and a fixed aperture lens are required.
Megan Cieloha is a self-taught photographer who focuses on lifestyle and fine art photography. Living in Sicily with her husband and 3 young boys for the past year has given her a new love for light and life in the Mediterranean region. Megan’s portfolio is availablehere>.
The following photographers also participate in discussions and provide assignment critiques as teaching assistants: Kristin Dokoza, Lisa Benemelis and Allison McSorley
A number of course alumni are invited to engage in discussion, share insight with students, and provide feedback and encouragement throughout the course.
Welcome & Preassignment
Reading: Types and Attributes of Light- Identifying and learning to see various types of light
Assignment: Application of the direction and/or size of light
Reading: Considerations of Subject Placement- Positioning of the subject with relation to the light source
Assignment: Refining light use to control light and shadow play
Reading: Controlling Light- Modifying and molding available light
Assignment: Taking control of the light: adding, subtracting or otherwise manipulating
Reading: Identifying “Good” Light- Approaching light use with intent
Assignment: Culmination of the course in an image that shows growth
Study Along students will have access to all materials and will be able to view all content and conversation in the main workshop forum and receive access to their own private subforum for peer study groups and image shares. Study along students will not be able to ask the instructor questions or request instructor feedback on their assignments.
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