In this practical photography course you will explore a range of techniques and ideas, aiming to develop a creative approach to your practice. You will view the work of local and international artists who use photography.
The course is a series of specially created video tutorials and online workshops. In it you will explore camera work, processing and editing images, and analysing contemporary photography to improve your own composition and capture.
You will enjoy interviews with contemporary Australian photography artists and a behind the scenes look at the Photography Department at the NGV.
Delivered online as a series of lectures, tutorials and workshops. You are also able to engage in an active forum, moderated by academic staff, as well as present your images on the RMIT Art & Photography Flickr page.
Anyone interested in improving their photography skills, as well as RMIT students in any discipline with an interest in becoming more creative with their photography.
This is the first of a two part course, the second being a single undergraduate course Art and Photography - online: http://www1.rmit.edu.au/courses/047047 . Participants are encouraged to enrol in this upon completion of this course.
Participants will develop proficiency in the use of cameras and computer editing software, as well as developing a more creative approach to working with photography.
None, as fully online.
Participants are required to have use of a camera and a computer with internet connection.
Statement of participation and entry to Part B single undergraduate course - contact School of Art.
An educator with over 20 years of experience, Associate Professor Hulbert specialises in exploring the relationship between photography, culture and technology. His teaching is predicated on the notion that photography is a technologically determined medium, with a unique language that is critical to the understanding and experience of photography as an arts practice.
Prof. Hulbert’s creative practice explores the significance of our ongoing relationship with the land and ways this informs aspects of the Australian national identity. An exploration into the formation of our cultural psyche, his work analyses the Aussie adventurer determination to discover and lay claim to sites, locations and territories. He has exhibited nationally and internationally, including London, China and South Korea.
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