Fall 2013 - Graduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
THIS COURSE MEETS IN THE FIRST 8-WEEK SESSION ON SATURDAYS 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The class is designed as an intensive workshop devoted to practice in studio lighting techniques. Mornings will generally be devoted to
studio sessions while afternoons will emphasize critique and discussion.
Students will be required to bring their camera to each class meeting, including the first day. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm and will meet for the first half of the semester only.
This course is designed for students who already have experience in photography. Questions regarding preparation for the course may directed to the instructor at [email protected] Students must have a digital SLR or a film-based SLR, or a camera that will sync with a professional strobe lighting system.
Selection of readings on contemporary art and technical reference material available via electronic reserve.
Recommended Text: (technical reference)
Fil Hunter, Steven Biver, Paul Fuqua. Light: Science and Magic: An Introduction to Photographic Lighting
Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:
Requirements include completion of collaborative and individual projects involving use of studio lighting, and participation in all class workshops, discussion of assigned reading, completion of written critique responses, an artist research project, and participation in a field trip to galleries.