Introduction to Studio Lighting: Off Camera Flash
Lifelong Learning

Sometimes you need a little extra lighting to achieve a properly exposed image, but using electronic flash units mounted on top of your DSLR can produce contrasty, stark or flat photos. Luckily, it's easy to vastly improve your results by moving the flash off-camera. Learn how to use off-camera lighting, and also the light modifiers -- umbrellas, softboxes, grids, etc. -- that will give your images a professional look. Speedlights can give you the same look as pro studio lighting, and have the added advantage of no cables or cords to manage. Through demonstrations of off-camera lighting techniques and hands-on applications of lessons learned, you'll bring your photography to a whole new level... in a flash! Prerequisite: A DSLR or Mirrorless System camera equipped with a hot shoe, a memory card, and Nuts and Bolts (LLART 193), Digital Photography I (LLART 115) or take our quiz or call 801-587-5433. Please be familiar with the workings of your camera. Special fee covers equipment use.

This class is part of the following Lifelong Learning certificate program:
Certificate of Digital Photography

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Class Sections For Introduction to Studio Lighting: Off Camera Flash (LLART 96)

Summer 2019 Section 1, Starting on: 06/03/2019

Date(s) Day Time Location
06/03/19 - 06/24/19 M 6:30 pm -8:30 pm UUCE 154
Tuition: $129.00 + Special Fee: $10.00 = $139.00      

Instructor: JOHN CRAIGLE

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