with Bill Hoepner,
UW-Eau Claire Learning and Technology Services
Mondays, September 23 - October 21
6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
UW-Eau Claire campus
$200 per person | Early Bird Discount $25 off if registered BEFORE Friday, September 6 ($175)
Lighting Can Enhance Your Photography
“Light. Without light there is no photography.” - Mark Vincent Müller
In this course, you will delve into lighting principles and techniques. This digital photography lighting course provides a thorough grounding in lighting techniques. You will learn the fundamentals of natural lighting, portrait lighting, gym lighting, special effect lighting, location lighting along with gels and colored lighting. These topics will help you discover the magic of light that will help transform pictures. The instructor will cover topics such as using natural light, painting with light, small strobes vs. large studio light and how to “see” the light. You will gain an understanding of how to create the right light for a subject and which lights are right for specific circumstances, enhancing your current photographic styles and learning how to create photographic works of art.
Prior digital photography experience highly recommended, but not required.
Bill Hoepner is a Photographer and Digital Asset Manager for Learning and Technology Services at UW-Eau Claire. In addition to being responsible for digitally capturing events in and around campus using the latest technology, Bill has been a professional photographer in the Eau Claire area for the last 13 years. For many years, he also managed Sharp Photos’ Portrait Studio.
You may cancel your registration up to 5 business days before the start date for a refund less a $25 administrative fee. If you cancel fewer than 5 business days before the start date, no refund will be given. If you do not attend the program, you are responsible for the full fee. If the program is cancelled or full, we will refund the program fee. You may substitute another person for your registration at any time.Call us for assistance.
If you need an accommodation for a disability to fully participate in this program, or need this document in an alternative format, please contact Continuing Education at 715-836-3636 / toll-free 866-893-2423, or use the Wisconsin Relay System (711) as soon as possible.