This class is intended for photographers who are looking for some assistance and encouragement in generating ideas for new photography projects as well as receiving feedback and support for their existing projects. Students will be assigned a single photographic project to be completed each week. The results of the assignments will be reviewed in class and feedback will be given by the instructor as well as their peers.
ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
TIME: 10:00 - 11:30AM
COURSE ID: 13039
TERM DATES: Monday, April 27, 2020 to Saturday, May 23, 2020
A brief introduction will be given on the language of critique and feedback and how to establish and assess criteria for makes a successful image. The first thematic assignment will be introduced and given.
The results of the first assignment will be reviewed and feedback given with an emphasis on technical and conceptual concerns. The next thematic assignment will be introduced.
The results of the second assignment will be reviewed and feedback given with an emphasis on technical and conceptual concerns. The next thematic assignment will be introduced.
The results of the third assignment will be reviewed and feedback given with an emphasis on technical and conceptual concerns. Questions and answers.
CLASS MATERIALS LIST:
DSLR or Mirrorless camera
Access to an editing program (Apple Photos, Lightroom…etc.)
Jennifer Chin is a professional visual artist and educator. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree (Hons. M.F.A.) from the University of Windsor and an Associate’s Diploma (Hons. A.O.C.A.D.) from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her multimedia works across Canada and the US and has lead numerous adult and youth focused, community arts programs across the Toronto and Ontario with a variety of organizations such as: Vibe Arts and The Royal Ontario Museum; The Art Gallery of Algoma; The City of Toronto’s Cultural Services Department and Canon Canada. To learn more about her practice visit jenniferchin.ca.