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Lighting Fundamentals - Degree Course

Students are introduced to using light as a means for creative control. By studying the light around us, we are able to better serve our work through specific choices with regard to existing or ambient light and light augmented by other sources of illumination. Students learn the rudiments of metering, mixing light sources, including the use of on-camera or hand-held electronic flash within existing lighting conditions. This is a practical course that enables students to better control and use light and lighting in their work.

3.0 College Credits

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Class meeting time 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Class meeting days Monday, Friday
Building and room CO215
Course number 1263
Course instructor Sasha Phyars-Burgess