I’ll be teaching my annual Studio Lighting course at Pacific NW College of Art, beginning Monday, Oct 5. This course is a lot of fun. Here’s the lowdown:
When existing light is not sufficient for proper exposure or desired effect, we turn to artificial lighting. We will cover artificial lighting for portraiture, lifestyle, still life, fill flash, on-location lighting, 2D and 3D copy work. Participants will use professional lighting equipment, professional models and have access to the studio when they are outside of class, to gain confidence in creating powerful images using studio lighting. The techniques learned provide students with the confidence to use an artificial light source in low light or to add emotion and interest to images to further express vision with both digital and traditional equipment.
There’s still time to register, and just a few slots left in the class. You can sign up here at PNCA’s CE website!