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“Learning to understand how light can affect an object.” - Student Feedback
Lighting is fundamental to photography. It defines form and texture, sets mood and can make or break a composition. The course gives a basic grounding in lighting techniques for both studio and location work. It is essential training for all those wishing to undertake an ACP specialist studio course. Covering the use of available light, tungsten lamps and studio flash, you will gain a clear understanding of how to plan your shoot, to create dramatic high-key effects or subtly sensitive illumination, master colour balance and to use flash and light meters.
Required: Camera Craft 2 (or relevant experience), a digital or film SLR camera
Places strictly limited, ACP Membership is required
Term 1 (1st Intake)* starts 03 February 2014
* First and Second Intake: Each term lasts 10 weeks. Short 5-week courses run
twice in each term, the second intake starting in week 6.
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See Also: Current Timetable