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Photography and Lighting Course


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20 Hours


About the Course

In a photography and lighting course, you can expect to learn several key aspects related to photography and lighting techniques. Here are some areas you should focus on:

1.  Camera fundamentals: Understanding the basic functions of your camera, including aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and white balance settings, is essential for achieving proper exposure and controlling the overall look of your photographs.

2.  Composition and framing: Learning about composition techniques, such as the rule of thirds, leading lines, and framing, will help you create visually appealing and well-balanced photographs.

3.  Lighting techniques: Understanding different lighting setups and techniques is crucial for achieving the desired mood and atmosphere in your images. You'll learn about various types of lighting, including natural light, artificial light, and studio lighting setups.

4.  Lighting equipment: Familiarize yourself with different lighting equipment, such as strobes, continuous lights, reflectors, and diffusers. You'll learn how to effectively use these tools to control and shape the light in your photographs.

5.  Light modifiers: Explore various light modifiers, such as softboxes, umbrellas, grids, and gels. These modifiers help you manipulate the quality and direction of light, allowing you to create different lighting effects and control shadows.

6.  Portrait lighting: Mastering portrait lighting is essential if you're interested in photographing people. You'll learn about various lighting patterns, such as butterfly lighting, Rembrandt lighting, and split lighting, as well as how to use fill lights and hair lights to enhance your portraits.

7.  Studio setup and workflow: Understand how to set up a photography studio, including positioning lights, backdrops, and props. You'll also learn about workflow techniques, including tethered shooting, file organization, and post-processing considerations.

8.  Creative lighting techniques: Explore creative lighting techniques, such as high key and low key lighting, light painting, and using colored gels for artistic effects.

9.  Practical exercises and assignments: Engage in hands-on exercises and assignments to apply the knowledge you've learned. This allows you to practice different lighting setups, experiment with techniques, and refine your skills.

Your Instructor

Peter Youssef

Peter Youssef has experience more than 20 years

Peter Youssef
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