Introduction to basic camera skills and photographic storytelling techniques. Pictures are supposedly worth 1000 words, but how do we build those photographs into a story? How do we connect images to craft complex narrative? How are images used to mislead? In this course, we’ll explore how photographs are used to tell a wide range of stories and practice telling our own stories with photographs. We will cover basic camera operation and other technical considerations, along with post-processing to build a solid foundation for creating photographs and telling stories. Students should have access to a digital camera—ideally one capable of shooting in RAW format. A subscription to Adobe Lightroom is also highly recommended. Prior photography experience is not required.
Dates: July 13-August 7, 2020
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