Meetings organised due to individual needs of the learners.

Selected modules and topics:

  • What equipment? Advise & gidance.

  • The use of contemporary photographic equipment.

  • Correct exposure – info & guidance.

  • Selection and control of the camera parameters.

  • Using knowledge in real life situations.
  • RAW, JPG, TIFF, PSD – why, when & what for?

  • Learning Ligtroom, Photoshop & PTGUI.

  • Editing images via photographic software – “digital lightroom”. Pictures editing: tonal & colour correction, retouch elements etc.
  • Screen calibration, colour management elements.
  • Digital archive system: how to safely store your files.

  • On composition.

  • Types of imaging: conventions & genres.

  • Inspirations.
  • Architecture.
  • Landscape.
  • Portrait.
  • Documentary photography.
  • Preparing your images to print & internet publishing.
  • How to print your image? Contemporary forms: how to print for your archive and exhibitions.

  • Printing in photolab (C-prints) and pigment printing
  • Mastering pigment printing: technical aspects, use of various materials (glossy, baryta, cotton papers; alluminium and acrylic glass)
  • Storing, archiving & framing your images: collectors standards.

  • Images selection methods.
  • How to work on series.
  • Focusing on portfolio.
  • Framing according to collectors standards.
  • Exhibition planning & organising: from A to Z.

  • Determining the purpose and direction of activities.
  • Analysis of learner’s interests and predispositions (during training).
  • Evaluation of activities and achievements.
  • Analysis of development barriers.
  • Identifying areas of further improvement.

During the course we put emphasis on a detailed analysis of our learners photography.

Classes participants will have an opportunity to hire a professional DSLR camera & a tripod for the courses purposes.

Classes forms:

  • 1:1 meetings
  • plein-airs on location
  • video-conference (Internet)
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