Introduction To Photography

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Course Code: 
IFA 1115
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

Historical development and major uses of photography for art, and design communication and problem solving. Initiate a study of black and white photography through use of photographic studio and darkrooms.  Development of seeing through the operations of the camera and exploration of still photography as a means of communication and expressive statement. Basic techniques and processes of developing, printing, enlarging and principles of design in photographic art in fashion design expressions.

Learning Outcomes: 

The student will have acquired the individual skill necessary to carry out an independent project through exploration and execution. Their works will exhibit self developed skills as they coordinate their progress will the lecturer. The student will develop capacity in person/group design philosophy and interests in photography based on the class themes for exploration. All individual oriented projects are intended to provide students with:

  • Understanding a topic/subject of study
  • Experience on use of studio and outdoor resources
  • Experience on project planning, management, coordination and execution
  • Experience in photo finishing in the darkroom and digital darkroom
  • Experience all types of photography through research and practice
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