Photographic Lighting (ART241)
3.0 Semester Hours
This course introduces students to fundamental lighting techniques and concepts encountered in the studio and on location. Students are instructed in the use of 4"x5" view camera, light meters, sheet film, instant film and digital photographing techniques. Both the artistic and commercial use of lighting are explored.
Note: Students are required to have their own DSLR digital camera that has interchangeable lenses, is capable of photographing with the RAW file format, has manual settings, and has a minimum of 8 mega-pixels. Cameras are available for checkout by photography students. For more information please call The Photo Lab Coordinator, 630-466-2287.