George Eastman once said, “Light makes photography.” Simply put, light is the brush by which a photograph creates an image. Light is the element needed to record an exposure. The camera can’t do anything about the quality or direction of light, so what makes one light better than another? Learn to understand the principle element in any image: light. The better you understand and use light to create exposure, the better your images. Instructor: Mike Bisom Fee: $59
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