Photojournalism is an ever changing world. Magazines and publications both in print and online are beginning to open up new ways for photographers and artists to have their message heard. If you are a photographer who is comfortable with your equipment and are aware of aperture and shutter speed and are looking to take the next step with your work then this is the course for you.
Through discussion and on location shooting we will develop the tools needed to produce photographic stories and essays while further expanding the message behind your work. You will improve your photographic skills and your vision as a story teller with your camera.
Who should take Photojournalism
Photographers who want to explore the genre of Photojournalism. Participants should have an understanding of shutter speed, aperture, and composition.
- October 6, 13, 20, Saturdays, 11:00 - 3:00pm, 12 hours
You should bring the following to class:
- Digital or film camera with manual function
- Lenses used
- Memory cards or film
- USB memory stick for image storage
(at least 1GB in size)
What will I learn?
- How to build and develop a story idea
- How to properly review and plan and organize work
- How to make image selections and sequence images to work with a style in mind
- How to look at your own work and critique
- Editing and archiving of images
- Story workflow and the workflow of your images
- How to finalize a project and prep for presentation
- Learn more about the industry and how images are sold