- Course NumberPHC-2407-A
- Dates Sep 16 - Dec 09
- Hours06:00PM - 09:00PM
- Additional Fees110.00
- Location 214 East 21st Street
This introductory course in studio photography is for those interested in becoming comfortable and competent working in a studio environment. Students will be encouraged to develop a unique style for commercial and fine art applications, working toward a cohesive and distinctive body of work. Lighting techniques to enhance form and texture using strobe lighting will be emphasized; electronic flash and tungsten light as well as some outdoor lighting situations will also be discussed. This is a hands-on course; multiple formats will be used to photograph still life, fashion/beauty, portraits and nudes in class. Additional assignments will be given on an individual basis according to each student's portfolio goals. Lectures, demonstrations and assignments will complement the studio work.
NOTE: 4x5" cameras, lighting equipment, meters and seamless paper backgrounds will be provided during course hours. Students must supply their own cameras (small or medium format) and film, and have access to a darkroom or use a commercial lab.
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