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Why Use Artificial Lighting?

Lesson 3 from: Advanced Lighting for Adventure Photography

Michael Clark

Why Use Artificial Lighting?

Lesson 3 from: Advanced Lighting for Adventure Photography

Michael Clark

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Lesson Info

3. Why Use Artificial Lighting?

Lessons

Class Trailer
1

Class Introduction

03:25
2

Evolution with Lighting

04:44
3

Why Use Artificial Lighting?

06:43
4

Pre-Production and Pre-Visualizing

07:16
5

Equipment: Overview of the Gear

25:28
6

Equipment: Selecting the Right Gear

24:05
7

Strobes vs. Speedlights

08:01
8

Lighting 101: Flash Sync Speeds

14:35

Lesson Info

Why Use Artificial Lighting?

Class Materials

Bonus Materials with Purchase

Reference Guide
Chapter 2: ABCs of Lighting by Michael Clark
Advanced Lighting Keynote PDF - Day 1
Advanced Lighting Keynote PDF - Day 2

Ratings and Reviews

norah levine
 

This is a course that I could watch repeatedly and be able to learn something new each time. Michael is a truly an expert in his field and is so generous with his knowledge. This course really breaks down the process of adventure photography, but it's more than that. I don't think you need to even be an adventure sports photographer to get tons out of this course. Michael is really good at breaking down some very complicated technology. Thank you!

a Creativelive Student
 

Great course that combines the technical aspects of shooting with light in different situations, with the art of making a great image of athletes. Michael is a great teacher and I'm sure his lessons will continue to help guide over and over again!

Jeph DeLorme
 

Great class with dozens of tips, ideas and lighting strategies for tough outdoor lighting challenges. Advanced class taught in a way that allows even a beginner to get a handle on lighting tough situations. The location videos provide real life examples that make this class a definite must have for my Creative Live collection. Thank you Michael Clark and Creative Live! Jeph DeLorme

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