Edd wrote:Personally I would say Physics, there will be part of it where you study light, the nature of light and how it reacts when passing through different types of lenses etc. Not all of the physics course may be relevant to photography but the light section will certainly be useful.
Photography~girl~ wrote:...physics? well golly. prolly the one i'd like the least(i'm not a math gal, by anymeans.lol) BUT, thankfully my older brother did a physics course when he was in high school - and we still have that book. So i may just break it out and read the modules about light - and maybe get some other books about light?
thanks for the advice, guys. (: and mitchell, i'm glad i could be of help.
thanks for the book ideas! My senior year will prolly be pretty light(no pun intented. lol) but i don't want to be super board, so maybe i can make a whole year out of just learning lighting. maybe. lol. Perhaps i could read the module or two in my bros physics book to get a "basic" science behind it(then maybe i could skip the 300 page book. lol), then read a book(the other you mentioned that was good) that is just about light with photography??
So what is the advantage to learning about studio lighting, when i'm almost 100% i will never set my foot in a studio(being the one taking the photo that is. haha)
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