Saturday, November 2, 7:30am – 2:30pm
Eiben Hall, Room 110, Chaminade University
Instructor: Ric Noyle
A critical part of any photograph requires a good understanding of lighting your subject. Natural light is ideal but often requires a good knowledge of how to use what you see and then control and modify it, for the image you wish to create
Learn about photographic lighting in several different types of situations that require color corrected controlled light: objects on white backgrounds, people on a controlled background, and controlling lighting outdoors. Learn to use umbrellas, softboxes, reflectors, overhead silks, lighting equipment and lighting set-ups.
Part of this class is how to control studio lighting and part of the class meets on location, with a model for morning light.
Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of camera use. Please bring your camera gear and a capture card for on-site photography.
One of the premier photographers in the Pacific Rim, Ric Noyle serves a diverse international clientele from his home base in Honolulu. For more than 30 years, he has excelled in photography’s most demanding genres – fashion, food, people, resorts and aerial – bringing a fresh eye and a unique approach to each one. Ric is also the founder and director of PHOTOCON. ricnoyle.com