Digital Photography Programmes
Digital Art is expression through technology. Let your creative juices flow with our series of fun and innovative creative photography workshops. This is about creating your very own piece of Digital Art.
Students will get a basic understanding on what is digital photography and different styles and influences of Photography. Students will get an understanding of the correct process-flow in the production of photography from pre to post-production. Students will understand the importance of the “Eye of the Photographer” and learn how to compose photographs using basic tools and cameras.
- Demonstrate functionalities of different types of Digital Cameras from Compact to SLR camera and show the capabilities of the camera
- Learn and apply various composition techniques
- Learn to visually compose photos that will reflect the topic or theme
- Importance of lighting (indoor/outdoor) and how it can impact photographs
- Post-production software to digitally enhance photographs
Multi-genres of Digital Photography Programmes
Digital Photography course may be integrated with the below genres of photography:
–Photopainting where the artist uses image editing and paint software to add further expression and individualism to the image.Students will be exposed to different genres and influences from Monet, Picasso to Andy Warhol.
–Food Photography is a still life photography genre used to create attractive still life photographs of food. A specialization of commercial photography which is used in advertisements, magazines, packaging, menus or cookbooks.
–Mixed Media Digital Art is a particular style where artists combine any number of techniques to achieve a particular effect. The emphasis is on integration and manipulation of different stylistics
–Digital Photography Bokeh & LOMO
Bokeh originating from Japan is a creative expression of Digital Photography through blurring or out-of-focus points of light. Learn how to be creative with boken and get hands on in creating different amazing bokeh effects!
–Photojournalism is the telling of a story through photographs. It is still a vital and important part of the modern news. Furthermore, it also raises awareness of current global problems.
–Aerial Photography was traditionally used in cartography, land-use planning and archaeology. With new drone innovations, achieving the aerial shot is now more simple than ever and offers a twist on classic landscape photography.
–Nature Photography is taken outdoors and devoted to displaying natural elements such as landscapes, wildlife, plants and close-ups of natural scenes and textures. It places a stronger emphasis on the aesthetic value of the photo.
–Studio Photography is an environment to take photographs with the set up of studio lights and techniques. First commercial use was for production of portraits. Now, people take photographs of animals and a wide variety of products, from jewellery to cars.