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Certification Course in Photography lighting
THE PERFECT PATH TO LIGHT YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
Literally, photography the word itself means “painting with light”. The best method to improve the quality of one’s photographs is to gain an understanding of how light works and the effective ways to use it in images. Lighting in photography has such a vital role that understanding light and framing the subject in the photograph accordingly is really counted as an ability of a good photographer.
Photography lighting course is all about making one learn to arrange perfect lighting for any kind of photography. Course for Lighting in Photography is a short duration course for those photography aspirants who need to polish their lighting techniques. The Photography lighting class conducted at photography school Creative Hut is useful for amateurs as well as professionals.
Our photography lighting course provides hands-on instruction to creatively apply lighting for various moods and concept for products and people in both the studio and on location. You will learn how to use different lights namely hard light, soft light, key light, fill light, kickers and backlights to be able to create portraits of all styles. This master class in lighting will demonstrate you to how to use studio space totally under your control.
- Understanding of Nature Lighting
- Understanding of Studio Accessories
- Law Of 45 Degree and Studio Set Up
- How to distance the subject?
- The Studio
- Lighting equipment & Light modifiers
- Cameras and light meters
- Backgrounds and props
- The principles, language and behavior of light
- The portrait, photography vs. painting
- Basic Rules of Portraiture
- Rembrandt lighting
- One light portrait
- Key light
- Fill light
- Open loop vs. Closed loop
- Short lighting vs. Broad lighting
- Three lights portrait
- Four lights portrait
- Five lights portrait
- Lighting styles and studio set-ups
- Adding light
- Subtracting light