This is the second instalment of our series of Digital Basic Courses. The Fundamentals of Studio Lighting & Night Photography course provide students with the basic essential knowledge of how to manage artificial lighting.
The course is divided into indoor flash photography and outdoor lowlight flash photography. Upon completion, students will be able to manage most artificial lightings within the studio and outdoor night shoots.
*Pre-requisite: Students are required to know the basics of photography (Digital Basic Course 1), own a DSLR/MILC camera and a tripod. Please bring along a DSLR/MLIC camera for the first lesson.
Duration: 4 Lessons, 2 hours per lesson
Venue: 30 Selegie Road, Selegie Arts Centre
$190/member, $230/non-member (for advance payment)
$200/member, $240/non-member (payment on course start date)
*Please make payment to confirm your place in the course.
Call us at 6334 3361 for information on payment and booking.
Current Class Schedule
*Note: Course will commence when at least 4 students have registered for the course.
- Introduction to Studio Lighting
- Managing Lighting and Effects
- Studio Portrait Lighting Techniques
- Products & Still Life Lighting Technique
- Built-in Flashlight and External Flashlight
- Guide Number, TTL and E-TTL
- Sync Speed
- Rear Curtain Sync
- Flashlight Technique
- Light Modifiers
- Multiple Flashes
- Outdoor Portrait with Flashlight
- Introduction to Night Photography
- Aperture Influence At Night
- Shutter Influence At Night
- ISO Influence At Night
- Exposure Compensations
- Usage of the Different Modes
- Long Exposures
- Night Portraits With Flashlight
- Critique and Course Review
Upon completion of the course, students are required to submit a set of 6 x S8R/8R printed photographs for assessment. The instructor will brief students on the submission criteria. Only successful submissions will be awarded a course certificate.