This is a 4-session, hands-on, workshop in which the student will learn the basic principles of applied (artificial) light, and come away with the satisfaction that by the artful manipulation of light they will enhance their own visual imagination.The workshop will be held in RayKo's own full sized studio and will cover the use of single, multiple lights, color, use of highlight and shadow to create dimension, illuminating the background, different types of light modifiers, as well as the importance of "keeping light simple". In addition, there will be special attention paid to the use and safety of "electronic flash" (strobe lights), and their and unique applications to contemporary photography.
PRE-REQ: An understanding of one's own digital camera, it's ISO, shutter speeds, aperture, focal length, etc . .
1.) A digital camera that has a "sync" port that will accommodate an off-camera
flash. (this feature is usually standard on most mid and even lower range digital cameras).
2.) A cell phone or point-and-shoot camera to take "visual notes" of the lectures and demonstrations.
3.) A book on lighting (optional) “Light, Science & Magic” (doesn't have to be a "current" edition).
INSTRUCTOR: Marshall Berman
SPRING DATES: Sat, 10a-3p, April 8, 15, 22, 29
Please review our sales policies before signing up regarding cancellations and withdrawals. sorry! No refunds/credits will be given for dropping a class less than 7 days before it starts.
$25.00 off if you register at least one week prior to class start date, all online discounts are applied automatically.
Register for the same class with a friend and each of you will receive 10% off. All registrations must be made by one person in a single transaction. To take advantage of the discount online, set the quantity to 2 (or 3, or 4...) when adding to the cart (or change the quantity in the shopping cart). The system automatically deducts this discount. The discount only applies if two or more you enroll in the same class.
Please enter the full name of your companion at the checkout stage including their name, email, and phone number in the comments section of your registration form.