Introduction to Digital Photography
20—21 February 2016
This introductory weekend course presents a comprehensive overview of the practice and principles of digital photography, while emphasising essential camera and lens skills and covering each stage of digital capture. It not only covers working with our digital cameras in knowledgable and creative ways, but also provides an introduction to what else we can to do with our images once they are captured and downloaded. It is specifically designed for photographers and artists relatively new to the world of digital imaging, and provides a sophisticated guide to what is involved, what is possible and what is required. Topics covered include:
The First Principles of Digital Photography
Understanding Digital Cameras
Working with Digital Cameras
Setting up a Digital Photography Workflow
The course is based on practical explanations with 'hands-on' demonstrations, and plenty of opportunities to practice and refine your camera craft and creative 'seeing'. While it is not essential for each participant to own a digital SLR camera, those who do are encouraged to bring it with them. Participants might also enrol in this course to help them decide what equipment best meets their needs. Details course notes, exercises and video tutorials are provided.
CCP's Visy Education Space Epson EH-TW 3500 projector provided by Kayell Australia.