Saturday, August 29, 10am – 12pm
Instructor: Ric Noyle
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” – George Eastman, 1925
What makes for good light in the studio and the field? You must first watch and know light if you want to make successful photographs that capture your creative intent.
In this Zoom video session, join Ric Noyle as he guides you through many lighting considerations through several lighting setups.
Ric also highlights a few successful photographs, made for his clients in the past, and reviews for class participants the challenges and solutions of lighting and image capture. Here you will learn how he solved different lighting and creative solutions to please his clients. See his step by step progress from his original projects RAW files and the required adjustments, till ready for client delivery. These photographs include studio set-ups of products photographed on white and on other surfaces. See how he lights and creates his hotel interior and exteriors.
Creating or finding the optimum amount of light with different types of light modification.
Color temperature with a gray card. Why, when and how.
How to use and control shadows no matter the subject
Methods for creating sharp directions and diffuse light
Reflected light: ways of absorbing and bouncing light
Harnessing and adjusting light for maximum effect
Although not a hands-on class, Ric is quite thorough in his approach and is prepared to answer questions from participants about any and all aspects of photographic lighting.
For all levels of experience. A Zoom link for the class session is provided to all registrants for the class.
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 HAWAI‘I. ricnoyle.com