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Fine Art Photography Session 5: Lighting
Jan 7 2017
SP7101 Jan 7 2017 (10am-noon) Saturday (River Room)
Lighting. In the previous sessions of this series, we considered the development of understanding what a camera can do, the skills of using a camera, how to perform deliberate photography, and how to begin the process of Rendering of the captured images. In this session, which will be lead by Sally Andersen-Bruce, a distinguished professional photographer known for her portraits of people and animals, we will focus on the practical aspects of illuminating the subject, whether a person or a landscape. That is, understanding the role that light plays in creating an interesting scene and how to achieve that lighting effect whether using outdoor or indoor and ambient or artificial illumination.
This is the fifth of six individual sessions intended for moderately skilled photographers who wish to begin to develop deeper skills in Seeing, Capturing and Rendering, primarily in landscape or outdoor photography. Attendance will be limited to six participants. For this and subsequent sessions, students should bring a digital camera that they are familiar with that has controls for aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a memory card); for this session a tripod is highly desirable. The final session of the series also requires each participant to bring a laptop computer. Each session will end with a photographic assignment to be reviewed at the following session. Additional study materials will be provided for continuing after the course. Ages 18 and over.
For more than twenty years Sally Andersen-Bruce’s photos have appeared on United States postage stamps, her sales are in the billions. In 2010 the American public voted her Animal Rescue Adopt A Shelter Pet stamps the “most popular” that year. She has sixteen stamp releases to date.
She has photographed business leaders around the world and for three years she lived in Asia and managed a corporate photo studio. Her photos have appeared in museums, corporations and educational institutions. She was educated at Art Center College of Design. She now resides and works out of her studio in New Milford, Connecticut.
a digital camera that has controls for
aperture, shutter and ISO (don't forget to charge the battery and bring a
a tripod is highly desirable.
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