AN EYE FOR CREATIVITY WORKSHOP
- 9 Feb, Wed
Most of us know how to take pictures, but only a handful make good pictures. The difference between taking and making pictures is creativity.
This workshop shows you how to take control of mindset creatively.
With the aid of stunning slides and demonstration of video to stimulate your imagination and curiosity, the workshop will also be equipped with many hands-on exercises through photo outings, home assignments, competition (amongst the participants) and photo clinic.
If you wish to improve your photography with creative thinking, this is the workshop for you.
What is Creativity? / Does it really matter in using the right photographic equipment? / Digital.
The Software and Computer Know-how / Digital Images – Manipulation and Creativity
Participants are required to submit two creative photos taken by them on Day 2 of the workshop.
The Process and the Art of Seeing / How to visualise? / What is photo design? / Clinic on creative photos submitted by students / How to get ideas?
Student to prepare photos for photo competition submission on last day of workshop.
(1 outing) Outdoor Practical Session (street scene)
Photo Clinic / Evaluation & commentary of photos taken at Outing 1 by the participants / Interactive analyses of sample photos
(1 outing) Outdoor Practical Session (nature, landscape or buildings)
Photo Clinic / Evaluation & commentary of photos taken at Outing 2 by the participants / submission of photo for competition and judging
Upon completion of the course, participants are required to submit a set of six 8” x 10” or 8” x 12” mounted prints for assessment. Course certificates will only be awarded upon successful submission.
Pre-requisites: Participents need to have basic knowledge of photography (i.e. attended the Basic Photography course).
Duration : 6 weeks (2 hours per session)
Time : 7.30pm to 9.30pm weekdays (except outings)
Fees : $170 (member) $270 (non-member)
For the latest course commencement dates, please call us at 6334-3361 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org