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Photography


Digital Photography Advanced is designed for students who are seriously interested in the practical experience of art photography. At the end of the term, students will submit a portfolio for faculty review.

The portfolio is developed within a concentration that investigates an idea of personal interest for each individual student.

Students will be introduced to new photographers, digital artists, artists, and more sophisticated techniques as points of departure to create work that reflects that individual student's spirit and vision. By exploring photographic and digital media with the camera and computer, students will be able to develop a body of work that reflects a range of problem solving and ideation, and develops versatility with techniques to demonstrate their abilities. Students will research, keep art journals, have class critiques, individual critiques, and artistic dialogues that will inspire them as they create.

    • Mon – Fri ( 4 Weeks ) | 06.30 AM - 06.30 PM Time (IST)   (any 2 hours)

    • Sat – Sun ( 6 Weeks ) | 07.30 AM - 06.30 PM Time (IST)   (any 3 hours)


Learning Outcomes

    • Encourage creative and systematic investigation of formal and conceptual issues.
    • Emphasize making photographic art as an ongoing process that involves the student in informed and critical decision making.
    • Develop technical skills and become familiar with the functions of the visual elements.
    • Become independent thinkers who will contribute inventively and critically to culture through the making of art photography.


Who should take the course?

This Photography training course is suitable for:

  • Students who are about to take media sector as their career.
  • People who are interested in learning photography.
  • People who are willing captures life's best moments.
  • People who are willing to take a better look at the world.

Pre-requisites

  • Camera
  • Tele / Zoom Lens
  • Tripod


Photography Syllabus

  • Rule of Thirds
  • Shooting Vertical vs. Horizontal
  • Choosing a point of interest
  • Adjusting your angle of view
  • Placing subjects off center
  • Lines
  • Composition
  • Lighting
  • Framing
  • Texture and Pattern
  • Portraits
  • Still life
  • Magnification / Reflection
  • Landscape
  • Broad Light
  • Short Light
  • Split
  • Rim
  • Loop
  • Butterfly
  • Clam Shel
  • 2 Point Light
  • 3 Point Light
  • 4 Point Light
  • Light by degrees
  • Front and Back Lighting
  • Side Lighting
  • Soft & Diffused Lighting
  • Combinations of light

More Topics Will be Covered in the Actual Classes