Two Mondays ago I met my students at Shutterstories–a photography studio in Riverside owned and operated by husband and wife team,Terry and Melissa Tippie.
In case there’s some of you thinking, “Lighting, isn’t that for the advanced folks?”
That might have been true in the film days, but not anymore.
Learning to light
In the days of film, learning to light with flash or strobes required an all-important piece of equipment: a special light meter that could record that very brief flash, so you can figure out what aperture to set on your camera.
But that wasn’t the most difficult part.
Waiting to see the results of your effort even if you processed the film yourself was agonizing.