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Fundamentals of Studio Lighting

Course No. FVPA292.1  Credits: 3.0

This course is designed to cover the underpinnings of Contemporary Fine Art, Commercial Photography Studio, and Commercial Video Studio Lighting Equipment and Techniques. Demonstrations of equipment and processes, lectures and critiques are part of the daily course work. Supervising faculty provide a balance of assignments, lectures, critiques, visiting artist lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Students have access to the Photography DepartmentŐs Lighting Studio, and Digital Imaging Lab. Materials required are based on processes pertaining to projects. Projects include: Technical and conceptual skills, and problem solving for tabletop, product, and large-scale studio photography. Note: This is a required course for Photography Majors. 3 credits.

Fundamentals of Studio Lighting

Course No. PHV 292-392  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Barry Underwood | Matthew Fehrmann
Prerequisite(s) Photo I: Mechanics of Digital + Darkroom Photography

This course is designed to cover the underpinnings of Contemporary Fine Art, Commercial Photography Studio, and Commercial Video Studio Lighting Equipment and Techniques. Demonstrations of equipment and processes, lectures and critiques are part of the daily course work. Supervising faculty provide a balance of assignments, lectures, critiques, visiting artist lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Students have access to the Photography Department’s Lighting Studio, and Digital Imaging Lab. Materials required are based on processes pertaining to projects. Projects include: Technical and conceptual skills, and problem solving for tabletop, product and large-scale studio photography. Required for Photography majors. Open Studio Elective. Prerequisite: PHV 295 Photo I: Mechanics of Digital + Film Photography or instructor signature.

Fundamentals of Studio Lighting

Course No. FVPA492.1  Credits: 3.0

This course is designed to cover the underpinnings of Contemporary Fine Art, Commercial Photography Studio, and Commercial Video Studio Lighting Equipment and Techniques. Demonstrations of equipment and processes, lectures and critiques are part of the daily course work. Supervising faculty provide a balance of assignments, lectures, critiques, visiting artist lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Students have access to the Photography DepartmentŐs Lighting Studio, and Digital Imaging Lab. Materials required are based on processes pertaining to projects. Projects include: Technical and conceptual skills, and problem solving for tabletop, product, and large-scale studio photography. Note: This is a required course for Photography Majors. 3 credits.

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Sarah Kabot

Assistant Professor/Chair of Drawing

Sarah's work has been exhibited in galleries such as Vermont Studio Center; the Cultural Center of Polecni, Pi...more

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