Professional Photography I


Teaching Staff: Zivas Antonis
Course Code: VIS531
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Elective
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: Lectures
Semester: 5th΄
ECTS: 5
Teaching Units: 3
Teaching Hours: 3

Teaching Structure:
ActivitySemester Workload
Lab Lectures39
Literature Study and Analysis56
Practice and Preparation30
Course Total (ECTS: 5)125

Recquired / Recommended : VIS231
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Short Description:

The course deals with digital photography. Basic functions of digital image (digital sensor, exposure techniques, digital editing) are introduced both from a theoretical  as well as a technical point of view through digital editing assignments (color balance, retouche, perspective correction, scanned image, HDR image). The course deals as well with photography's general visual handling by means of elaboration of a personal project (color image) throughout the semester. Presentations and group critiques with regard to the latter are brought out, together with the presentation of important photographers' color work. The students are also asked to organize their own work in form of a portfolio

Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge of basic digital technology theory. Handling of digital editing. Development of photography's visual handling. Development of criteria for a succesful presentation of personal work

Syllabus:

1st Week:  Introduction to the course's syllabus and aims
2nd Week:  Lenses, focal distances and film/sensor size ('crop' factor). Focal distance and Depth of Field
3rd Week:  Color and its reproduction through film and digital sensor. Pixels and Bits. Light levels and color channels. Light metering with regard to film/sensor. Light's cold/warm hue (Kelvin temperature)
4th Week:  Presentation of important photographers' color work. Discussion
5th Week:  Projection and analysis of cinema movie with regard to color handling. Discussion
6th Week:  Digital image's size and resolution. Image quality, number of pixels and bits (bit depth). Digital image file formats. Digital Noise. ETTR.
7th Week:  Computer screen's color adjustment. Demonstration of digital image editing (color balance, retouche, portrait). Presentation of important photographers' color work. Discussion
8th Week:  Presentation and group critique of students' personal color projects
9th Week:  Histogram handling. Linear capture and final picture tonal range (gamma 1,8-2,4). Color models and color spaces. Presentation of important photographers' color work. Discussion
10th Week: Projection and analysis of cinema movie with regard to color handling. Discussion
11th Week: Demonstration of digital image editing (perspective correction, scanned image, HDR image). Presentation of important photographers' color work. Discussion
12th Week: Presentation and group critique of students' portfolios and personal color projects 
13th Week: Presentation and group critique of students' portfolios and personal color projects 

Suggested Bibliography:

Bruce Fraser (2005). Camera Raw. USA: Peachpit Press

Uwe Steinmüller & Jürgen Gulbins (2010). The Digital Photography Workflow Handbook. EU: DOP/ Steinmüller Photo.

Jeff Schewe (2013). The Digital Negative. USA: Peachpit Press

Panajotis Papadimitropoulos (2013). Journal Parisien. Thessaloniki: Thermaikos Books

Teaching Methods:

Lectures through use of visual and audiovisual material. Laboratory activity. Image analysis. Group critique and discussion

 

New Technologies:

Enhanced by multimedia content.
The learning process is supported by the asyncrhonous e-learning platform e-class.

Evaluation Methods:

Evaluation of digital editing assignments, image analysis assignments, personal portfolio, personal photographic project and final written test


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