Innovation Station

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Who is this course designed for?

This course is designed for people of all ages and educational levels. Whether you are a student interested in a career in emerging technology, a business owner looking to innovate or an artist looking to monetize this course is for you!

We have identified some key concepts in emerging technology with continuing education curated from industry leaders in every topic.

A photographic portrait means to consider who we have before us and what we want to show about that person.

Jeff Bronson

What you will learn to master

Lighting for portraiture

There are many techniques available to light a subject’s face.

Three-point lighting

Three-point lighting is one of the most common lighting setups. It is traditionally used in a studio, but photographers may use it on-location in combination with ambient light.

Key light

The key light, also known as the main light, is placed either to the left, right, or above the subject’s face, typically 30 to 60 degrees from the camera.

Fill light

The fill light, also known as the secondary main light, is typically placed opposite the key light.

Jeff at work

Meet Jeff in his studio and see firsthand how he approaches a photoshoot in this exclusive trailer.

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“Jeff’s course really help me understand how to work with light and my closer to my subjects. Amazing course!”

— Anna Wong, Volunteer

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