Hand In April 25th by 3pm100% Coursework Working Journal +Presentation of PhotographsProfessional Presentationof 30 final photographs
This course introduces the underlying principles of digital photography. Students will learn how digital cameras work and how to create digital images, appreciate experimental, abstract and traditional photographic techniques andlearn how to display, compress and store photographs on a variety of platforms.
1. To enable students to appreciate the fundamental principles, the technical resources and the creative potential ofdigital photography.
On successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:1. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the application of Digital Photography as an integral elementwithin design2.Understand the physical technology and methods responsible for creating digital images3. Identify how digital photography benefits the industry and aids the print process
Hand In Date: April 25th by 3pm ASSESSMENT PATTERN
Coursework (100%) – The students will produce an evaluative, working journal and a presentation of photographs.The work will be unsupervised and tutor assessed. You must choose and present your work with close attention to therelationship/theme. There will be a series of assignments which all relate to the unit aims and generate content for your final body of work.Students MUST select core subjects from the 18 listed in the handbookt.Students will then produce photographs from their selected core subject areas. (a max of 30 photographs)
1.A working journal (blog or sketchbook)2.A presentation of final images either printed, exhibition or online.Students are expected to produce a portfolio of photographic work and associated journal of process experiments,image plans, drawings, written and visual material, demonstrating both thematic and technical research andexperimentation in technique, format and media.This needs to be completed either in a blog or a sketchbook format.
Completed photographic prints and online showcases should be executed with high regardto presentation and photographic convention and wherever appropriate work should befully edited and presented in a professional manner.