Digital Photography 102
Digital Photography 102 enhances and refines skills previously learned in Digital Photography I by employing additional lighting equipment as well as furthering and explaining concepts such as color theory when composing a photograph. The experimentation of light is key to this course and allows the student to significantly expand their pallet by introducing flashes, as well as continuous lighting (such as soft boxes) and erratic lighting (such as strobes) – in addition to learning how to paint with light. The student will also learn how to begin to market their photos using extensive social networks.
Upon Completion of this Course, you will have learned the following:
• Using a flash to properly light your subjects.
• The underlying concepts of color as exhibited in Color Theory.
• How continuous studio lighting differs from flash lighting.
• How to critique one’s own photos and the photos of others concerning: use of studio lighting.
• Using strobes to create dramatic lighting for portraits.
• How to paint using light.
• The difference between high key and low key portraits.
• How to market photography through social media outlets.
One-on-one, private lesson.
9 weeks, 1 hour per week.
Ongoing, start at any time.