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Studio Photography - Foundation Year

Studio Photography:
Provided with multiple lectures, examples, study guides, guided practices, and student resources, the students will be able to set up and complete a studio photo shoot with little or no assistance, as documented in their portfolio.


Skill Task:
801 - Operate digital camera and accessories.
802 - Compose a photograph through the lens.
803 - Differentiate lighting options and their effects.
804 - Stabilize camera.
805 - Download and manage digital images.

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Aspiring studio photographers can choose from a two-year associate's or four-year bachelor's degree in the subject. Curricula will cover numerous topics, such as digital photography, black and white photography, photojournalism, and lighting. Students also learn darkroom techniques with which to develop their work.

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Fashion Shoot - Sunglasses

1st-year students will coordinate the product & fashion shoot for a sunglass campaign. Students will also shoot 3-5 pieces of accessories to go along with the design. Students are expecting to plan the shoot and push the idea of the sunglasses fashion shoot. (So, no shots of your buddy in what they wore to school today.

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“Sea Hunt” - Character Design

Kellogg's is in the process of branding a new cereal called “Sea Hunt” the idea is that they will have basic sea shapes as the main part and all of the marshmallows will be sharks, treasure chests, boats, gold coins and scuba diver. The character they want focus in on for the box and personality is a great white shark.

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Drawing The Nose

The nose is formed by a series of curved planes. This makes it difficult to draw from the front as there are very few lines to help us describe its shape.
Start by drawing what you can see, namely the inside and outside edges of the nostrils. Then try to outline the main areas of tone that define the planes of the nose.

Think.  Plan. Create... One Portfolio Piece At A Time.

Studio Photography - Foundation Year

Fashion Shoot - Sunglasses

“Sea Hunt” - Character Design

Drawing The Nose

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