The photo project presented in its different forms can be the pinnacle of the photography professionals art. With many painters they can be known for a single piece of art, for the photographer it is their body of work or whole projects. From Lewis Hine’s photos of child workers to Richard Avedon’s portraits of the American west and Diane Arbus’ collection of strange and wonderful portraits; it is not a single image we remember but the collective body!
This course is an excellent choice for those who are interested in shooting a series of photographs and working to a theme. The sessions will stretch your creativity encouraging the production of a short photography project. You will learn how to research your interests and ideas, develop and explore your work during image taking.
Understand storytelling and narrative, learn how to make your images work together, discuss camera settings needed, and learn image editing processes to quickly edit and present your work. Review the variety of ways in which the project should could be presented and receive feedback from your peers and tutor along the way. At the end of the course present your work to your colleagues.
Refunds are not available on this booking. Start dates may be amended on request.
The class will be taught online at a specific course time each week using MS Teams. You will learn via a mix of presentation, active learning exercises, assignments, demonstrations, hand-outs, step-by-step instructions, pair working and group discussion. One-to-one tuition will be given to help develop ideas and skills.
There are many advantages to learning in an online environment - benefit from anytime-access to an archive of course materials, resources and links to help you with projects and assignments. Gain instant support and answers to questions via forums and receive one to one tutor and peer support.
All Morley College students receive a generous discount on Adobe CC Software (see below) and a free Microsoft Office account with Email, MS Teams, Office Apps and much more! Manageable project work will be assigned between and during classes to help you progress. The classes are informal and allow for question and answer sessions, technical advice and support depending on your needs. You will receive regular assessment and feedback on your progress.
You will work as a class, in small break out groups; in pairs and one-to-one with your tutor. All course material will be instantly accessible via the learning platform and the sessions may be recorded so that you may return to them later. This will only be done with group consent. Learners will be encouraged to use the class forums to engage with each other during the class and to support each other with project work between classes if required.
This course is taught online
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5 weeks (6:00pm to 9:00pm)
Next available date
10th June 2021