Kickstart your studio with this course on studio lighting

Using studio lighting can give striking and professional looking results. In this course you will have a chance to use professional lighting equipment for studio portraiture. You will learn how to use light in a more controlled way to get precise results. You will also learn about how different lighting equipment can create different moods in portraiture. You will then use this knowledge to create your own portraiture with excellent results

You will learn:

  • Setting up the studio and learning the keywords and terms used in the professional environment.
  • The kit – What you’ll need and cheaper alternatives.
  • Controlling Light with specific equipment used to create certain effects.
  • Measuring and balancing light in the studio.
  • Creating hard, soft, diffused and reflected light.
  • The importance of composition in studio portraiture.
  • How to set up different studio lighting set ups.
  • Low key and High Key portrait effects.

The Details

No. of Days: 1
Times: 9.30am - 3.00pm.

Dates: Please view available dates in the box below.

Location: Benfleet, Essex.


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Introduction to Studio Lighting

1-day course learning studio lighting.
Location: Benfleet, Essex.

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What you will need:

  • A DSLR camera or a mirrorless camera with a hot shoe and fully manual settings.
  • You will need some basic knowledge in photography as you need to control your aperture and shutter speed manually.

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