Has the advent of digital photography really improved the quality of photography now that anyone can take photographs? The ease with which one can take photos has wiped out the dividing line which up until the nineties separated artists from ordinary people.
On this course you will learn about techniques for photography on film and techniques for digital photography; we will try to understand the value of an image and what it tell us; we will analyse the contents of some of the best-known photos in the world.
After the first week of study and theoretical examination of all sorts of techniques, the students choose a topic (fashion, art, society, animals, journalism, etc.) to examine, first of all by analysis, on-site observation and rough drafts and then by the creation of a veritable “Photo Report Book” based on the city of Rome.
Note. The photographic apparatus and materials are supplied by the school.
This course is quite compatible with some Italian Language Courses.
Minimum age: 16
Group size: 1-5
N°. of weeks: 2
Lessons per week: 15
From Monday to Friday; 1.30 pm-4.00 pm (with 15 minutes break)
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