Photographic Projects
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Urban Photography (PHOTs104-18)

This course is intended to deepen the understanding of urban spaces and to enhance methodological skills for capturing different aspects of urban scenes. Photography can help us observe the details of everyday life we often overlook. By reflecting on urban subjects through photographic theories and contemporary examples, as well as with hands-on experience, students broaden their understanding on the subject and create a thematic-based photo project. By selecting and exploring a specific topic based on the idea of urban scenes, students learn to express their own personal responses to the subject. The course includes on-location sessions, lectures and group discussions based on photos taken by students. Students will complete course with a final portfolio of works. Bring camera and notebook to first class. Prerequisite: a basic understanding of how to use your own camera and how to upload images onto a computer.
Wednesdays 10am - 1pm, May 16 - Jun 20 Cancelled
Tara Nicholson
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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Photographic Projects (PHOTs202-18)

This six week photo-based course is designed for students interested in developing a photographic project. From the student’s initial ideas and interests, project direction is formatted and a completed body of work is developed throughout the class. Class time is spent reviewing camera operation, flash techniques, basic lighting set-ups, and postproduction solutions (including Photoshop and presentation methods). Students are encouraged to experiment with new ways of image making and work towards producing a body of work ready for exhibition. Class critiques, individual meetings and slide presentations ground students’ projects amongst contemporary photography practices and provide technical and creative resources. This is a great course for anyone wanting to become more familiar with the manual operation of their camera, while gaining control over lighting and compositional elements.
Thursdays 6pm - 9pm, May 17 - Jun 21
Tara Nicholson
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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