This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):
A portfolio can be an invaluable tool to show the results of your photographic endeavours. Now you can create your own by doing a series of practical assignments that challenge you to reflect on a topic or theme (such as social documentary, fashion, advertising, portraiture, photo illustration, photomicrography and architecture). Students reference the historical inspiration of "classic" portfolios and benefit from demonstrations, examples, critiques and field trips in order to assemble a dynamic and useful portfolio to influence and move audiences. Students require a camera that allows manual control of aperture and shutter speed.
Students require a DSLR camera that allows manual control of aperture and shutter speed, as well as a minimum of 8GB USB memory stick.