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Instructor: Doug Bergeron Department: Photography This is a 4-hour seminar on the technical aspects of lighting. This seminar is for the photographer who is already comfortable operating their DSLR in manual mode, and is ready to enter the realm of creative lighting control. The class will be a mix of lecture and hands-on, working with lighting equipment. You will be introduced to constant and flash/strobe lighting sources; lighting equipment components such as stands, triggers and wireless controllers, and light modifiers; 1-, 2-, and 3-light lighting configurations; lighting angles; determining and setting correct exposures for constant and flash lighting, including light meters, and the digital exposure/white balance target and use of the histogram; and white balance. We will also have an in depth discussion on speedlights. Students should bring their DSLR, a memory card, and any lighting equipment they may wish to. Ages 18 and above Saturday, March 6, 2021 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Registration Cost $80 Students should bring their own DSLR camera and a memory card We are committed to the health and safety of students, instructors and patrons, Our organization will be following recommended guidelines from the Illinois Department of Public Health: Anyone exhibiting symptoms will not be permitted in the building. Class sizes will be limited and workstations set up to allow 6 ft social distance between students and instructors. Masks are required for everyone. Each classroom will contain hand sanitizer and sanitizing stations.

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