Course Begins: November 3, 2014
This course 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.
$300/person for full participation
$150/person for study-along
Study-along members will have access to all materials and will be able to read the forum, see others’ assignments, but will not be able to post questions, conversation, or request critique on their assignments. Full Participation students will be able to do all of the above.
Study along seats available.
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what we cover:
- Week 1: Types and Attributes of Light
- Week 2: Considerations of Subject Placement
- Week 3: Controlling Light
- Week 4: Identifying “Good” Light
what you get:
- Weekly lessons
- Weekly assignments
- Detailed, personalized guidance and critique from the instructor each week.
- Critique from at least one TA each week.
- Opportunities for peer interaction and critique
what you need: 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. She is currently living in Northern California with her husband and 2 young boys. Megan’s portfolio is available here.