Learn to capture your environment in sequential photographic images. Document and share your experience through a variety of images. Led by Susan Sterner May 11 - May 24, 2018 [14 days]
Visual Voice: This course is for photographers and artists curious about developing their visual voice by creating strong individual photographs and experimenting with them in a sequence. Fundamentals of photography and image sequencing will be explored and re ned through exercises such as street photography, still lives, landscape photography, and environmental portraiture. Regular critiques will prepare each student for the next photo adventure. By the end of the course students will have created a small body of work ready to live as an online gallery, or small-hand bound book. List of supplies needed: Digital camera (and lenses, if dslr) capable of manual control and creating images of at least 12 megapixels Appropriate data cards for the camera Card reader Hard Drive for backing up work Small Journal
Improved street photography and technical skills
Understanding of composition as a way to convey meaning
Experience in sequencing images as a series for page or screen
STUDIO LIFE AND HISTORY
Photography captures time in sequence. Since its invention, photographers have been experimenting with images to document objects, people, places, events, and experiences. The photograph is a versatile and expressive art form with endless potential to translate our world. The camera can travel with you to any place or event. This course gives you the skills, both technical and conceptual, to use the camera for documenting experiences and telling stories with images.