Instructors: Lennon Michalski &
Shelly Petty from Rochambeau Photography
Time: 10 am - Noon, 1 - 3 pm
Dates: Sundays, June 23 OR July 21
Location: #132C Reynolds Building
Are you a photographer that has been working with natural light and is now interested in an introduction to the many facets of controlled lighting? This workshop will teach you creative portrait lighting skills and how to pose your model according to the light source. We will explore the variations of a single light source and further our knowledge with the advanced Loop, Butterfly (Glamour), Rembrandt, and Split Lighting. The class will watch demonstrations and learn the photographers’ vocabulary while working in groups to exercise these skills. A model will be provided along with lighting equipment. We will begin the day with slides of creative lighting examples from amateur to advanced and then introduce the model while practicing in a group.
A DSLR camera is required. A laptop and flash drive are desirable but not required. This is a basic-to-intermediate-level class; please contact us if you have questions.
Limit: 15 students