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Lighting: The Photographer’s Palette

Spring 2020

Understanding light and how it behaves is the most essential skill of the photographer. In this course, you will come to recognize the advantages and disadvantages of lighting in different contexts, including how to work with outdoor and artificial light. In addition, you will investigate and practise core lighting concepts such as colour, mood, contrast and temperature.


This course can be applied toward an Award of Achievement in Photography.

Schedule

5 Saturdays 09:30 – 12:30

Start Date

January 25, 2020

End Date

February 29, 2020

Instructor

M. Orozco

Course Reference Number (CRN)

91031

Notes

No class Feb 15

Location

CapU Lonsdale

Registration for this course is now closed. Please call us at 604.984.4901 for additional details or email us at csee@capilanou.ca

Product Description

Understanding light and how it behaves is the most essential skill of the photographer. In this course, you will come to recognize the advantages and disadvantages of lighting in different contexts, including how to work with outdoor and artificial light. In addition, you will investigate and practise core lighting concepts such as colour, mood, contrast and temperature.


This course can be applied toward an Award of Achievement in Photography.

Additional Information

Schedule

5 Saturdays 09:30 – 12:30

Start Date

January 25, 2020

End Date

February 29, 2020

Instructor

M. Orozco

Course Reference Number (CRN)

91031

Notes

No class Feb 15

Location

CapU Lonsdale