Introductory / Lighting Design at Home | ObjectsTim Wheeler
During this time of self-isolation, many people are finding themselves indoors and struggling to engage with their photography.
Presented online over four 1.5 hour sessions Lighting Design at Home | Objects will teach you how to photograph the objects around your home that hold meaning for you.
You will explore your home environment for photographic opportunities unique to the space and discover how to creating beautiful still-life photographs using whatever light sources are available to you including unmodified, reflected and diffused daylight, LED or speedlight flashes.
Discover new lighting and portraiture skills that can be applied to any object or product shoot in the future.
This course is for photographers just starting out who have completed Digital Photography Basics (or equivalent) and have access to a DSLR or a Compact-System Camera and speedlight flash.
Lighting Design at Home | Objects is delivered at the same time on the same day over four weeks with a maximum class size of eight participants.
Prerequisites and Requirements
- Digital Photography Basics or equivalent experience
- Your own DSLR or Mirrorless (MILC) camera (charged batteries and memory card). If you are unsure please search your camera brand and model for clarification.
- Speedlight flash
- Camera manual (download from the internet if necessary)
- Note book and pen
- Computer with stable internet connection
- Zoom installed on your computer - you do not need a paid account
- Computer with stable internet connection, working webcam and microphone
Image courtesy and © ACP Student Michael Gal.