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New Meetup: Studio Lighting Fundamentals

From: Jeffery L.
Sent on: Monday, September 21, 2009 6:41 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The South Bay Photography Meetup Group!

What: Studio Lighting Fundamentals

When: September 27,[masked]:00 PM

Price: $80.00 per person

Where:
CEO Business Center
830 Stewart Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
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Lighting Workshop ? Studio Fundamentals

Fee: $80.00

Time and place:
1PM-5PM Sunday Sept. 27th. Council Photography Studio 830 Stewart Dr. Sunnyvale, CA 94085

Overview:
This workshop is designed as a first step in understanding what lighting is best for your preferred area of interest. The course takes place in a professional studio with strobe and tungsten lighting. Students will get a broad overview of how different lighting systems work and which style is best for specific subjects.

Who is this class for?
If you?ve thought about shooting with lighting, but have little or no experience with it, this is the perfect class for you. If you?ve already purchased some lighting but you?re not getting the most out of it, you?ll get a lot of knowledge from the demonstrations. If you?ve wondered why some shots have gorgeous lighting and others look unprofessional, you?re questions will be answered in this class. If you want to set up a modest studio in your home, this workshop is a must!

Topics:
1- Lighting systems, their strengths and weaknesses
2- Do I need lights? What type should I use?
3- Understanding the different qualities (properties) of lights
4- Basic lighting for portraits ? patterns
5- Basic portrait set up ? contrast ratios
6- Basic lighting for products ? glass, metal, dull surfaces, food
7- Basic lighting for events ? AC strobes or small battery units?
8- Basic lighting for architectural interiors
9- Conclusion
10- Question and answer period

Learn more here:
http://photo.meetup.com/413/calendar/11432538/

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