This course covers basic concepts and practice of digital photography, including understanding and use of the camera, lenses, and other basic photographic equipment. The course will address aesthetic principles as they relate to composition, space, exposure, light and color. Technological requirements of digital formats will be addressed, such as formats and resolution. Basic digital manipulations of images will be taught in preparation for creating a photo portfolio of images. This course may not count towards the BA in photography electives. Course Learning Outcomes: Student recognizes and understands the basic technical, aesthetic and expressive concepts of photography. Student demonstrates a competency with a digital photographic work flow (operating a DSLR camera, adjusting photographic files on the computer, outputting them for print or web, understanding the difference between RAW and JPEG file formats)) by the production of photographs in response to class assignments. Student demonstrates an appreciation and understanding of photography as a means of visual and artistic expression by the production of photographs in response to class assignments. Student develops the ability to speak about photographs, through class critiques and by giving an oral presentation on a photographer of his or her choice .This career role demands an ability to photograph all kinds of newsworthy people, places, sports, political, and community events for newspapers, journals, magazines, or television. These days, Photography is fast emerging as a popular career choice among all the age groups. Photography is both a science and an art. It is an artistic means of expression, the camera replacing the pen or the paintbrush. A photographer must be able to create a good composition of any subject, a piece of machinery, the beauty of human body, scenery or a child's smile. It is rightly said that a single picture can sometimes be much more eloquent than a thousand words. Few vocations offer a larger variety of prospects than does photography.
Photography is divided into many streams each generating numerous job opportunities. Photojournalists photograph newsworthy people, places, and sporting, political, and community events for newspapers, journals, magazines, or television. Fine Art Photographer, Commercial/Industrial Photographer, Studio/Portrait Photographer & Freelance Photographer.
Minm Fee: 1790 € /Year Maxm Fee : 5300 € / Year ( Fee Depends upon University and Country )