Beginning Studio Lighting
Light is the single most important ingredient in creating photographs with impact. Exciting applications of studio lighting make it possible to transform the mundane into the magnificent. This workshop is designed for photographers seeking a broad understanding of artificial lighting techniques in order to achieve greater control over their images.
Studio Lighting can be elusive. Often it’s too harsh or too soft. It may be non-directional or too directional; too warm or too cool; it can even be too dark or too bright. Rich Ryan teaches a solid technical foundation for portrait lighting that enables participants to surmount these common lighting challenges. His hands-on teaching style offers a thorough understanding of light quality and light-shaping tools. You’ll explore studio lighting in depth, covering such areas as light quality, light quantity and light direction.
Digital SLR, memory cards and card reader
|Monday, March 11th, 2013||6:30 PM||9:00 PM||Lighting Lab|
|Wednesday, March 13th, 2013||6:30 PM||9:00 PM||Lighting Lab|
About the Instructor
Rich's career has spanned from staff newspaper photographer to location photographer for trade journals, corporations and non profits. Along with his current location assignments, Rich is a adjunct professor at Ai Minnesota, where he teaches Location and Editorial Photography. Other than having his worked used to wrap fish, his images have been featured in Graphis (International journal of visual communication). Rich has a personable easy going style.
Register for this Class
The cost of the "Beginning Studio Lighting" class is: $150.00