Term 2 Courses
Classes begin Monday 1 May 2017 and run for nine weeks.
Term Census Date: Friday 31 March 2017
$40 discount applies if full payment is made by the Term Census Date.
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This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to take the camera off auto mode and really use its full capabilities. Students will learn fundamental photography techniques and how to work with digital image capture.
This class will explore more specific lighting techniques/control, and build studio sets salient to the student’s interests and areas of interest.
In this course students will develop their photographic portfolio, with an emphasis on exploring various photographic styles. Students will begin to extend their conceptual and technical knowledge with their photographs.
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.
This course is designed to introduce students to working with digital image files. Digital concepts such as bit depth, file systems, colour spaces will be explained, as well as digital manipulation processes such as using curves, levels, cloning, layers, and masking.
This course is entry level and designed especially for the beginner to introduce them to film-based image capture and processing. Students will learn about all basic darkroom processes and printing.
This course is aimed specifically to develop the post-photographic production for those who have already completed Introduction to the Darkroom and wish to think more out of the square with the making of their photographs.
This is an introductory course for the novice or experienced photographer who would like to learn or refresh their knowledge with various lighting systems and studio techniques for portrait and tabletop still-life work.
Beyond making nice-looking pictures it is important to have a solid idea or concept behind them. This subject will look at various aspects of contemporary photographic culture, and how various artists have responded to a variety of issues.
This Diploma level subject is an extension of the Concepts 1 class. Through assignments, critiques and discussions students will investigate in-camera imagery, photographic communication and more challenging photographic concepts.
This course is designed to help the amateur as well as the professional photographer to strengthen their abilities with designing their photographs. The main purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with recognised visual systems for designing a more visually engaging photograph.
This is an introductory course for either amateur or experienced photographers who would like to learn more about photographing people on location and in the studio.