Advanced Lighting Techniques

Course Code: 22MCELI212

Dates: July 18-22, 2022

Meets: M, Tu, W, Th and F from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM ET

Location: ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

Course Tuition: $965

There are 3 openings remaining at this time.

Lighting is everything: whether the source is the sun, artificial continuance light, studio strobes, portable strobes, or speed lights. This course is for photographers who have chosen to use lighting as a form of creative expression. Students refine their skills in lighting and aesthetics for the purpose of developing a personal style, and are guided toward personal projects that result in dynamic portfolio images. This course also presents advanced lighting techniques, contemporary theories, and refined application processes.

Course Level / Prerequisite: Advanced: You are comfortable with your camera, whether film or digital, and with your photographic practice. You have already produced or are working on a body of work. You are proficient in Adobe applications such as Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere, et cetera. You understand printing or portfolio revision processes. You may be seeking ways to strengthen your work through sequencing, theoretical readings, and group critiques.

In accordance with ICP’s COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Policies, all Continuing Education students are required to be fully vaccinated and to have received the most recently available booster shots in order to attend onsite courses. This includes courses taking place at the ICP School location (79 Essex Street - entrance at 84 Ludlow Street) as well as offsite locations. Students will be required to provide proof of their vaccination status during the registration process, unless an exemption has been granted. ICP requires masks to be worn while in class, and while in other public areas of ICP, to protect the health and safety of all employees, students, and visitors. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to wear a KN95 and/or KF94 mask at ICP. These policies are subject to change at anytime.

Courses are subject to minimum enrollment. In order to comply with ICP’s COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Policies, registration for this course will close two days prior to the start date of the course.

Students attending in-person courses will be required to complete ICP’s online Daily Health Screening prior to entering the ICP school.

Image: Robert Meyer
Image: Robert Meyer
Fee: $965.00

Save $200.00 with a Lighting Foundations Intensive or Lighting Foundations Intensive

Fee Breakdown

Course Fee (Basic)Course Tuition$ 895.00
Mandatory FeeMaterial Fee$ 70.00

ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

Robert Meyer

Faculty Bio
Date Day Time Location
07/18/2022Monday10 AM to 5 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
07/19/2022Tuesday10 AM to 5 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
07/20/2022Wednesday10 AM to 5 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
07/21/2022Thursday10 AM to 5 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
07/22/2022Friday10 AM to 5 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

EQUIPMENT LIST Camera Manual Laptop Computer Flash Cards 35mm Camera and every lens you've got: wide, medium and telephoto, with lens shades Digital is greatly encouraged but not mandatory Light meter if you have one The X-Rite Gretag Macbeth ColorChecker chart or digital grey card Tripod and cable release (if you prefer to use them) Camera Equipment Manuals ****If your camera does not come with a sync socket, you must get a hot-shoe adapter that allows you to plug the strobe sync cord into your camera. Please check your manual or call your camera store. **** Props-Props-Props to enhance your VISION-VISION-VISION THINK OF THINGS THAT PROVOKES YOUR CREATIVITY. PLEASE READ AND REVIEW YOUR CAMERA MANUAL Please remember to bring samples (portfolio) of your work along with ideas you wish to do. When necessary bring props, products or anything you specifically would like to use to capture a specific vision you might already have or hope to refine during your photographic adventure. Bring something in the shape of a box, something reflective, something hard, something soft. Start thinking now not later. Be creative and think outside the box. More is better. The worst is when you wish you had what you left on the kitchen table. Be prepared. Plan for the unexpected. Be prepared to shoot.


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