Course: Artificial Light in Photography
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Artificial Light in Photography Course Overview
If you’re interested in portrait photography, food photography, still life photography, or event photography, then you must learn how to work with artificial light.
Now, when it comes to artificial light, there are a lot of misconceptions about how to create artificial lighting setups, how to use flash modifiers, and more.
Fortunately, I’m going to lay it all out for you.
I’ll take you through the fundamentals of artificial light, so that you have a solid grounding in lighting theory.
But I’ll also teach you plenty of practical tips for taking your artificial lighting skills to the next level. That way, you feel confident working with speedlights, studio strobes, and all the relevant accessories–including light meters, reflectors, and more.
Artificial lighting isn’t the easiest topic to master.
But with a little patience, you’re going to be taking stunning shots with artificial light in no time at all!
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner, an advanced amateur, or a professional; if you don’t know how to work with artificial light, then this is the course for you.
Note that you don’t have to have lots of fancy lighting equipment to take this course, nor do you need a fancy camera.
Sure, some of the lessons will discuss flashes and lighting modifiers. But you can often get away with just a single off-camera flash and careful use of (homemade) reflectors.
So don’t feel intimidated.
And start improving your artificial lighting skills today!
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LESSON 1: Artificial Light Overview
LESSON 2: Flash Photography Basics
LESSON 3: High Contrast Lighting
LESSON 4: Color Temperature
LESSON 5: Lighting Patterns
LESSON 6: How to Use Flash Gels
LESSON 7: Direct Flash Photography
LESSON 8: Rim Light Photography
LESSON 9: Bounce Flash in Photography
LESSON 10: How to Use a Light Meter
LESSON 11: Split Lighting
LESSON 12: Short Lighting