Practitioners in the photo imaging industry are required to consistently produce images that satisfy society’s demands of visual communication. A range of specialist skills and knowledge is required by photo image makers to inform their practice and facilitate the production of creative and innovative photo images. This topic requires the self-directed application of skills and knowledge in order to research, apply and evaluate visual communication principles in the production of creative and innovative photo images.
This topic aims to:
Develop students’ research skills
Examine issues of intellectual property and the appropriate use of visual communication tools
Develop students’ practical skills and techniques using digital SLR cameras
Examine the interrelationships between written and visual communication
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic students will be able to:
Implement theories, themes and visual communication principles in their own photo imaging practice
Recognise copyright, moral rights, intellectual property and plagiarism issues
Demonstrate practical skills and techniques using digital SLR cameras to produce their own photo images
Research, evaluate and critique theories and themes on historical and contemporary photographic/photo imaging in the visual communication environment
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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