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Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

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Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

MP4 | AVC 879kbps | English | 1280x720 | 29.97fps | 4 hours | AAC stereo 66kbps | 2.56 GB

Genre: Video Training

Michael &rew provides an in-depth look at lighting setups that advanced photographers will love to investigate. Lighting is an integral piece of the composition of any photo. In this course, we'll cover lighting in photography from A to Z - from working with natural light to studio lighting. If you are br& new to working with light, this course is for you! Lighting is arguably the most important factor in what makes a good photograph. Additionally, each kind of light is different & is used in different settings. We'll discuss what kinds of light there are & how each are used, especially with different kinds of equipment & techniques.
This course is chock full of helpful resources within the lesson videos, including links to helpful third-party websites, diagrams, h&s-on examples, & a final quiz.

Below is the full course index:

Section 1: Introduction - Learning from the Start

Introduction & Welcome (3:59)
What is Light? (9:11)
Angles of Light (9:20)
Underst&ing Polarizers (4:30)
White Balance (4:02)
Shooting During Golden Hour (1:34)
Light's Behavior Underwater (1:34)
The Quality of Light (1:14)

Section 2: Working with Light

Observing Light (4:54)
Types of Light (6:34)
Light Meters & Incident vs. Reflected Lighting (9:05)
The Box Exercise (5:30)
The Planar Lighting Technique Part 1 (8:25)
The Planar Lighting Technique Part 2 (6:32)
The Planar Lighting Technique Part 3-1 (5:42)
The Planar Lighting Technique Part 3-2 (6:08)
Studio Tour (2:49)
Studio Lighting Gear (9:23)
Setting Up Strobe Triggers (5:34)

Section 3: Getting Creative with Light

Studio Lighting Crash Course (8:09)
Four-Way Studio Lighting (3:45)
Lighting Ratios (3:02)
High Key Lighting Crash Course (12:32)
One-Strobe High Key (2:06)
Light Modifiers (7:15)
Short & Broad Lighting (7:18)
Shooting "As the Eyes See" (5:20) Shadow Play (3:18)
Complete Shade (3:08)

Section 4: Unique Lighting Challenges

Shooting Groups (9:40)
Shooting Subjects with Eyeglasses (3:52)
Product Lighting Crash Course (6:03)
Shooting Reflective Objects (7:10)
Field Example: Shooting a Jewelry Box (4:42)
Shooting Dark, Smooth, & Round Objects (9:48)
Shooting Glass on a White Background (3:47)

The Final Quiz (9:55)
Wrap Up & Conclusion (1:32)
At a comfortable pace, the course should take about one week to complete, though it can certainly be done in less or greater time, depending on your learning style.

You should be familiar with some basic terminology regarding light, such as "lens," "aperture," & "shutter," though these terms will be explained in the course.

Be aware, however, that this course is not for beginning photographers. Please see the Intended Audience & Course Requirements for more information.

Ultimately, it's our end goal to prepare you to be able to masterfully use lighting in both a technical, practical, & artistic sense. If you've been waiting to learn about advanced use of light in photography, we look forward to seeing you in this course.

Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

Photographic Lighting for Advanced Shooters (2015)

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