[95% Off Super Offer] The Art of Finding Light: Photography for the artist in you

Spotting great lighting is not a gift, it is Skill. Become a photographer who knows how to find great light.

What you’ll learn
  1. Learn 3 powerful lighting schemes used by artist and photographers that do not require any fancy equipment.
  2. Learn how to light a picture like Vermeer and why his Girl with a pearl earring has captivated audiences with its simple, natural light.

  3. A step by step guide to three lighting schemes that you can practice in your own backyard and how Claude Monet used to take the same approach.

  4. Examine how french portrait painter Jean August Dominique Ingres used one lighting scheme in his paintings to become one of the most sought after artists of his time.
  5. We will compare lighting used for models to the lighting for street photography, as I take you through my projects and shoots from around the globe.
  6. Learn how to use architecture to find light in any city in the world.
  7. The artists covered in this episode are Michelangelo, Claude Monet (Impressionism), George Seurat (Post-Impressionism), Jean August Dominique Ingres (Neo-Classicism), Honore Daumier (19th Century French), Rogier van der Weyden (Early Dutch), Johannes Vermeer (17th Century Dutch.)
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Who this course is for:
  • We will focus on Natural Lighting, without any flashes, strobes, or reflectors.
  • An interest in understanding how artists and photographers find light.
  • What it means to have “good lighting” and what to look for and what to avoid so your pictures are not blown out and over exposed.
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