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Photography 3: Your Own Exhibition - Course - Distance

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  • Objectives
    The course will explore the tension between intent and process in creating photographic images; extend your ability to communicate a wide range of visual experiences into information which can be translated into photographs; investigate the theories and concepts underlying your chosen projects; make innovative use of means of expression and technique; deepen your understanding of photography.
  • Course description
    This course encourages you to develop a personal visual language as a photographer and help you improve the quality of your practical work. You plan and negotiate the content of your programme with your tutor. It must include a major project on a theme which you choose yourself. You will also explore in detail a chosen genre of photography and three major movements which have influenced twentieth century photography.

    This course was written for the OCA by best selling photography author Michael Freeman.

        - The continuing importance of composition
        - Photography themes
        - Theoretical studies in twentieth century photography
        - Researching different ways photographers have approached the medium
        - A major personal project.



    Postal tuition

    You are allocated a tutor and receive their details in your course pack. You work from the course materials and send regular assignments to your tutor. These are returned to you with comment and advice. The course fee includes tutor feedback on your set assignments, but you can purchase feedback and comment on additional pieces of work if you wish.

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