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Digital Photography: From Studio to Streetscape

$800.00 $725.00

11 – 15 January 2021, Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm. Early Fee ends 7 December 2020
Glenn Lockitch

Glenn Lockitch guides you through the essential camera functions for all shooting modes on your digital camera and leads you through the fundamentals of manual exposure, creative shooting and photo editing.

Full details below: course overview, course delivery, lecturer profile and art materials

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Full Details

Term: Summer School Week One 2021
Start Date: 11 January 2021
End Date: 15 January 2021
Day: Monday to Friday
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Number of classes: 5

Teacher: Glenn Lockitch
Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Full Fee: $800.00
Early Fee: $725.00
Concession Fee: $765.00
Location: National Art School

Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

Course Overview

Learn how to ‘see’ and take great photos in this comprehensive photography course. Glenn Lockitch guides you through the essential camera functions for all shooting modes on your digital camera and leads you through the fundamentals of manual exposure, creative shooting and photo editing. Glenn teaches you how to achieve accurate exposures to creatively control lighting in all situations, including the National Art School professional photographic studio and outdoor environments. He teaches you, through practice and theory, how to develop great photo essays and tell personal stories through images while observing human nature and building your confidence about the best ways to approach people in all environments. Glenn also explains your basic rights as a photographer and how to protect the copyright of your images, and explains post-production (including uploading, editing and sequencing your images on the National Art School computers or your own), selecting the best work for printing, and presenting a group slide show at the end of the course.

Lecturer Profile

Glenn Lockitch is an award-winning independent human rights and environmental photojournalist and has been photographing in Australia and overseas for 25 years. His work has been published and exhibited widely and he has worked with Sea Shepherd, travelling to Antarctica on numerous occasions. Glenn teaches photojournalism and photography at the Australian Centre for Photography and Sydney Photographic Workshops and is currently completing a Research master’s degree in visual arts in Photojournalism.

ART MATERIALS

For the first class bring the following:
Your choice of camera equipment, most importantly camera body/ies and lense/s
Examples of your their photographic work this can be on a USB/hard drive or they can bring or as prints
Additional materials and equipment will be discussed in the first class

Covered footwear is essential in all studio spaces on campus.

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