Camera Portfolio 2

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Camera Portfolio 2

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This course will suit the more experienced artist as the topics covered are intended to extend your photographic knowledge, confidence and communication for the next level.

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This course will suit the more experienced artist as the topics covered are intended to extend your photographic knowledge, confidence and communication for the next  level. A broader and more practical approach to photography will be addressed during the term to challenge and broaden your current understanding of the camera and the way it records. Students will show evidence of exploring a range of skills and techniques but will ultimately focus on creating a cohesive body of work in the form of a photographic series or essay.

Topics covered

  • Photographic techniques
  • The photographic essay
  • Photojournalism and social documentary
  • Photographing the nude
  • Night/low-light photography
  • Photographic criticism
  • Develop knowledge of industry practice
  • Portfolio preparation
  • Photographic communication
  • Colour concepts

Jessica Eckermann teaches this course and says

“Camera Portfolio 2 continues to develop knowledge needed for the photographic industry but also the skills needed as an artist. Students are encouraged to photograph in an area of their choice which gives a great deal of flexibility and self-directed learning. I love seeing the variety of work from the class at the end of the term!”

Important Dates

Please view the calendar for key dates at the CCP.

Early Enrolment Discount

A $40 discount applies if full payment is made before the Term Census Date.

Class Prerequisites

Introduction to Photography, Camera Portfolio 1, Darkroom 1, Introduction to the Studio.

Duration

9 weeks of 3 hour classes. Students should expect to do an extra 6 hours a week of their own work.

Required Materials

  • DSLR or Mirrorless camera that enables full manual control. A film SLR camera may also be used.
  • Students will supply their own film and paper or digital output as necessary.
  • There will be a model fee of approximately $25.