PHOTOGRAPHIC THEORY II - GAINING CONTROL
WEEK OF JAN. 8TH - WEEK OF APR. 23RD, 2013
15 SESSIONS - 30 HOURS
ANGELINA MCCORMICK | $513.00
Portfolio Course Description
This course furthers the studen's knowledge in black and white photography with the introduction to more advanced metering techniques, subject brightness range control theory and alternative processes theory. As participants' understanding of the film camera and its fundamental elements deepens, the idea of relating analog capture to digital capture will be introduced and allow students to become proficient with applying exposure controls for each format. Comprehensive understanding of these elements will enhance the production of students' images. Advanced film development, printmaking theory and reduction printing theory will build the student's knowledge base for achieving high-end archival fine art silver prints.
The core timetable is lecture based with short, genre-oriented production assignments leading the students to apply the theory learned into practice.
The prerequisite for this course is Photographic Theory I - Introduction or its equivalent. This is an intermediate level course and expands on fundamentals necessary for other SPAO courses and workshops. Enrolment is limited to ensure one-on-one attention.