Course Title: Apply photo imaging lighting techniques
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2017
Course Code: VART6389C
Course Title: Apply photo imaging lighting techniques
School: 340T Art
Campus: City Campus
Program: C4373 - Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging
Course Contact: Program Administration
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4472
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Nominal Hours: 100
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
In this course you will select and apply lighting to a range of subjects in different work spaces.
This course covers the planning, organization, set up, lighting and shooting of studio photography. You will gain the technical skills for operating the 5x4 camera & E6 film, medium format 6x7 camera & E6 film and DSLR. You will gain skills and techniques required for being a professional assistant.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
CUAPHI402 Apply photo imaging lighting techniques
1. Set up lighting for photo shoot
1.1 Confirm lighting characteristics required for subjects in consultation with relevant personnel
1.2 Select lighting equipment and accessories appropriate to purpose of required images
1.3 Determine work environment needs
1.4 Select appropriate camera system and accessories
1.5 Assemble camera and lighting systems according to production requirements
1.6 Use equipment and materials safely and to minimise waste
2. Light subjects
2.1 Position models and props as required
2.2 Test and modify lighting techniques to create the required effects
2.3 Adjust and calibrate camera settings to meet lighting arrangements
2.4 Collaborate with others to meet photo shoot timelines
3. Capture images
3.1 Use appropriate camera features and lighting techniques to shoot photos
3.2 Review images against work requirements
3.3 Adjust lighting and camera as required and complete shoot
3.4 Complete work documentation as required
4. Complete post-shoot activities
4.1 Dismantle work area after use and return to original condition
4.2 Clean and care for equipment according to manufacturer instructions
4.3 Report damage to equipment to relevant personnel according to enterprise procedures
4.4 Transport and store equipment according to workplace procedures
On successful completion of this unit, you will be able to select and apply lighting to a range of subjects in different work spaces.
Details of Learning Activities
Employing lighting techniques to a range of subjects in different workspaces together with the
selection of equipment for different lighting techniques.
|Apply Photo Imaging Lighting Techniques|
|ALT (Studio 1) VART 6389C|
|Contribute to Health and Safety of Self and Others|
|1||Course Overview, Equipment tests of lighting stands, C & Floor Stands, Spigots, superclamps|
|2||Equipment tests of Arri tungsten, barndoors & snoot|
|3||Equip tests of Tripod, hex & square quick release plates & boom arms, small & large|
|4||Equip tests of Broncolor Minicom C80 & softboxes, sync, triggering, master & slave|
|5||Equip tests ofLight meters & Lighting ratios 1:1, 2:1, 3:1 & 4:1|
|6||Equip tests of Cambo 5x4|
|7||Food lighting demo and final equip test revision||Studio Equipment Kit Due|
|8||Shoot Rembrandt & Food in the studio|
|9||Shoot Rembrandt & Food in the studio|
|10||Shoot Rembrandt & Food in the studio|
|11||Shoot Rembrandt & Food in the studio|
|12||Shoot Portrait in the studio|
|13||Shoot Portrait in the studio|
|14||Shoot Portrait in the studio||Rembrandt & Food Due|
|15||Shoot Portrait in the studio||Portrait Due|
|16||Data Projector Critique of Portrait, Light Table critique of Rembrandt & Food & then food party in studio|
|RMIT Photo Imaging Semester 1 & 2 2017|
References for Guy’s classes (2017)
Rescher, Urs Light Architecture 2, Broncolor, Switzerland, 2011.
Overview of Assessment
Assessment tasks include:
Shooting assignments to a brief in the studio with time for re shoots. Planning mock ups and dialogue with the teacher are part of the process. Students will also be required to assess their assistants.
Apply Photo Imaging Lighting Techniques (ALT, Studio 1)
2017 Semester 1& 2
(Weeks 6-8 + till end in week 15, crit in week 16.)
- Food 5x4 E6 Ungraded
- Rembrandt Class Portrait on DSLR Ungraded
- Portraiture of outsider in studio on DSLR Graded
- Students are still expected to produce a technical & creative result.
- Students must pass all of the above assignments to pass the subject.
- Feedback will be via Guy’s Rubric & in class critiques.
- I will mark you down heavily / if any of the following occur.
- Failure to pack up after shoot.
- Failure to turn up to assist your partner when it is your turn.
The assessment matrix demonstrates alignment of assessment tasks with the relevant Unit of Competency. These are available through the course contact in Program administration.
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