This course can be applied toward a program:
- Digital Photography (required)
Great photos don’t just happen. A good photographer is able to build a compelling photo by composing the elements in the frame in very particular ways for specific purposes. In this course, you learn the core concepts of how to frame your shots, including applying the rule of thirds; using leading lines to draw the eye; incorporating texture, shadows, repetition and contrast to add interest and drama; and applying colour theory to capture and hold the attention of the viewer.
Average commitment per module: 3+ hours. Total course commitment: 15+ hours.
ABOUT THE START DATE: You can register anytime within indicated date range (see below). You have 90 days from the date you register to complete the course.
At the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Articulate the feature you want to capture in an image and emphasize it
- Compose a balanced image by changing perspective or modifying the elements of a scene
- Tell a story using techniques such as framing to suggest a narrative
- Apply the rule of thirds in a variety of contexts
- Incorporate elements of repetition, texture, shadow, contrast, and leading lines to increase the appeal of an image
- Apply colour theory to compose a visually pleasing image
Module 1: Workflow and Rule of Thirds
Module 2: Find It and Emphasize It
Module 3: Posing Humans
Module 4: Visual Toolkit
Module 5: Balance, Mood, What Makes an Image Pleasing
- Learner must have access to a digital SLR camera
- High-speed internet (at least 25 Mbps download speed) – click here for more information
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