Digital Photography: Principles of Light
This online course features the following types of interaction:
- Live meetings
- Live critiques
Using digital capture devices, students examine the ways in which light shapes our perception of the world around us, and explore the possibilities of light as a tool in their artistic practice. Technical assignments aim to harness the power of existing/found light as well as supplementary sources including strobe and continuous lighting, and students experiment with modifying and adapting light to convey mood and emotion. This is a technical class with real-world applications including DIY photographic techniques, as well as a portfolio development opportunity, allowing students to expand their body of photographic work to include new techniques, stylistic approaches, and ideas.
This online/remote class uses the ZOOM platform.
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Bruce Wahl is a lens-based experiential artist whose practice incorporates photography, unique objects and artist books. His photographs and other works have been exhibited nationally and internationally. He holds a BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and an MFA in Photography and Related Media from the State University of New York … Read more