Part-time Courses - Photography
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
Description: This course builds on the knowledge gained in The Fundamentals Of Photography, and will help the student to learn and practice advanced photographic techniques. This course includes in-class practice using higher-level photographic methods, as well as photographic theory and current professional practices. One class will be spent off-campus to further the students' practical experience. Topics will include light control with off-camera flash, composition, black & white photography and advanced camera settings such as file formats, shutter and aperture effects and more. Students will fine-tune their skills and will learn to critically assess their own photographs. The student will learn to work independently, and through assignments and demonstrations, will gain the confidence to take their own direction in photography.
|PHOT1080||Business Of Photography
Description: This course familiarizes students with the business aspects of photography, whether working for themselves or for someone else. Students learn about the responsibilities and how to manage studio production and promotion. Topics include quoting, client relations, archiving images, shooting stock, scheduling jobs, portfolios, pre and post production.
|PHOT1050||Digital Imaging Part I
Description: Recommended: Basic Computer Skills
|PHOT1010||Fundamentals Of Photography
Description: This course will give you a solid photographic base of learning. Practical demonstration and evaluation of your photographs will be provided throughout the course. You will learn to operate your DSLR camera, understand its accessories, and expose and compose more effective photographs. Be sure to bring your fully manual DSLR camera (with interchangeable lenses and accessories) to the first class. Your course hours include one off-campus field trip.
|OLRN1268||History of Photography
Description: This course is designed to familiarize students with photographic culture as created through the lens. Students will enhance their aesthetic sense and further develop political awareness as they explore the work of a variety of theorists and cultural critics in relation to the images they create. A strong chronology will form the backbone to the exploration of Photography.
|PHOT1220||Photography - Field Experience
Description: Being able to present a variety of your work in order to gain employment in the field is a crucial component of this program. You will be required to complete numerous field assignments and present them to the instructor as part of your professional portfolio.
Description: This course introduces the fundamentals of studio portraiture using digital cameras. The areas of portraiture covered will include male and female posing and portrait styles, couple and group photos. Appropriate lighting styles will be emphasized to enhance and present portrait subjects in modern and classical studio portraiture.
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