Exploring the Magic of Low-Light Photography

Course Brief :

Most anyone can make well-exposed photographs by daylight.  Much more challenging are good photos made at night or when light levels are at their lowest.  But to stow your camera in less than optimum lighting conditions is to forego a whole other world of photographic expression and creativity.  

This online and interactive photography course, mentored by professional photographer and photography educator Arlene Collins, is designed for those who want to push their photographic style, gain control of image exposure in low light and create a distinctive and personal look to the photos they make.  Participants explore the use of long exposures, use of neutral density filters, HDR (High Dynamic Range), and wireless multi-strobe set-ups to create stunning low-light imagery.

For those photographers who have ever wondered how an image could possibly capture evening and all low-light scenes and subjects with such detail, sharpness, color tonality, mood and drama, this online and interactive photography instruction is for you.


Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Properly determine exposures when a light meter reading is not available
  • Create nighttime special effects
  •  Paint light with a flash unit and flashlights
  • Create new, innovative low-light imagery through both technical execution and new-found creative vision

What you will need:

  • Digital SLR or mirrorless camera (film is also fine, but you'll need to scan images for upload to the TCI website)
  • Selection of lenses, if available
  • Speed light
  • Computer with photo-processing software (e.g. Lightroom, Photoshop)
  • Study tripod
  • Cable release or remote trigger
  • Self motivation and discipline to complete challenging photo assignments, and get the most from this interactive course

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