Experimental & Creative Lighting          AS Photography
Scenario• Your primary goal is to  experiment with lighting to  create stylish images,  demonstrating technical  competenc...
TASK 1a: Initial research• One historical photographer & one  contemporary photographer• Identify type of lighting set-up ...
TASK 1b: Understanding basic lighting              set ups                      Mario                      Testino
Rankin
Paolo Roversi
TASK 1c: Using modifiers to shape the                light
TASK 2: Experimental Lighting        Painting with lightMichael BosankoChris KnightUnknown
Slow Sync Flash                  Russell                  Trushu                  Unknown - all off Flickr
High sync flash
Max speed sync flash
Terry Richardson
Irving Penn
Hiro
Miko Lim
Bruce Webber
Phillipe Halsman
Helmut Newton
Task• Using some of the photographers listed here  plus others you have found online, try to  figure out what ‘key’ lighti...
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Experimental & creative lighting launch

  1. 1. Experimental & Creative Lighting AS Photography
  2. 2. Scenario• Your primary goal is to experiment with lighting to create stylish images, demonstrating technical competence in a range of lighting techniques.
  3. 3. TASK 1a: Initial research• One historical photographer & one contemporary photographer• Identify type of lighting set-up used• Compare and contrast style and technique• Analyse images in usual way• At least two images per photographer and remember that all numbers given are a minimium
  4. 4. TASK 1b: Understanding basic lighting set ups Mario Testino
  5. 5. Rankin
  6. 6. Paolo Roversi
  7. 7. TASK 1c: Using modifiers to shape the light
  8. 8. TASK 2: Experimental Lighting Painting with lightMichael BosankoChris KnightUnknown
  9. 9. Slow Sync Flash Russell Trushu Unknown - all off Flickr
  10. 10. High sync flash
  11. 11. Max speed sync flash
  12. 12. Terry Richardson
  13. 13. Irving Penn
  14. 14. Hiro
  15. 15. Miko Lim
  16. 16. Bruce Webber
  17. 17. Phillipe Halsman
  18. 18. Helmut Newton
  19. 19. Task• Using some of the photographers listed here plus others you have found online, try to figure out what ‘key’ lighting they have used. Print out a few images and test each other in small groups seing if you can identify where you think the lights may be. Draw directly onto the print outs to practice lighting diagrams.
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