ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY
Date: Not Currently Scheduled (six bi-weekly sessions)
Time: Evenings 7-9pm
CELEBRATING THE STRUCTURES THAT
SHAPE OUR WORLD
Architecture and Urban Photography is a six session bi-weekly intermediate course focusing on photographing buildings, outdoors and in. The course explores the technical and practical problems of architectural photography, and encourages students to explore the creative aspects of the tradition.
In addition, less traditional, out-of-the-box approaches will be encouraged, helping students evaluate the nature of photographic tradition, and the role it plays in contemporary photography.
Each class is accompanied by full colour notes and written homework assignments.
explore equipment and basic techniques
explore classic approaches
reading light, and planning for its best use
expand composition options, with a focus on shadows and negative space
explore indoor and evening photography to maximize creative results
Class Size: four to eight student
Course Expectations: students are to produce 2 prints a class during the course (8"x10" or larger}. Printing costs are not included in the course fee.
Location: ViewPoint Gallery, 1272 Barrington Street, Halifax, NS
Fee: $320 + HST plus $20 per optional field trip
Requirements: Students must have previous photography experience, and must be familiar with working in the control modes (Program, Aperture, Shutter or Manual). Photo 101 is recommended. Students must have a digital camera (compact or SLR);a tripod is recommended, as are additional lenses, remote/cable releases, filters etc., all of which can enhance the enjoyment and possibilities of the course.
Students who have not completed the Photoshop for Photographers or Illuminating Lightroom I & II courses should contact Eric Boutilier-Brown prior to registration to ensure their skill level is sufficient to fulfill the course expectations.