Creative Practice Photomedia
This course is an enquiry into the expressive potential of digital imaging. Using colour, light, composition and focus creatively as exploratory tools, students will extend their knowledge of photography through the introduction to digital and analogue practices.
Creative Practice: Photomedia aims to stimulate creative engagement in all aspects of Photomedia practice by providing learning environments that cultivate and support the development of informed individual visual sensibilities. The investigation of a wide range of historical, theoretical, technical and conceptual approaches will allow students to build their own creative language.
- Semester 2 - 2016
- Semester 2 - 2017
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding and working knowledge of Digital SLR cameras and image capture technologies
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the processes involved in producing a photographic series
3. Demonstrate an understanding of the basics of digital photomedia practice
4. Demonstrate the ability to create, analyse and critique their own artistic output
5. Demonstrate an understanding of the historical and contemporary issues and concerns in photomedia practice
6. Demonstrate the ability to communicate key concepts and ideas visually through the production of a resolved body of photographic work
7. Demonstrate an awareness of safe and responsible work practices.
Creative Practice: Photomedia, will give students a solid understanding of visual culture in relation to photographic practice. The course develops fundamental photographic techniques and methods across digital and analogue technologies. Course content includes:
- The development of critical thinking skills through the analysis of key historical, conceptual, ethical, and theoretical issues that underpin contemporary Photomedia practice
- Basic technical process in relation to digital practice
- All aspects of creative image production including: capture and rendering of light; editing and critique; and digital and analogue print production
- Development of research journals and methodologies
- Engagement in studio practice
- Guest lectures and relevant gallery and festival visits
This course is only available to students who are active in Bachelor of Fine Art or Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)/Bachelor of Fine Art or Bachelor of Teaching (Fine Art) (Honours) or Bachelor of Creative Industries programs.
Portfolio: Studio Practice Portfolio
Journal: Research Journal
Face to Face On Campus 3 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks
Face to Face On Campus 3 hour(s) per Week for 1 Weeks