Introduction to Documentary Photography with Kate Nolan
Tuesday Evenings, 7 – 9:30pm
6 Tuesday evenings,
New course starting on September 10th, continues every Tuesday until October 15th 2019
7pm – 9:30pm
Now booking! (*FULLY BOOKED*)
This is an intermediate class intended to examine the practice of documentary photography. By taking this course, you will learn skills such as researching, planning, photographing, and editing your photo story.
This course is guided by Kate Nolan, an internationally renowned visual artist from Ireland.
This course is divided into weekly projects related to a final photo story. The schedule for the course is as follows:
Week 1: Introduction to Photographic Projects
You will be introduced to contemporary art practices and asked to discuss 2 project ideas
Week 2: Visual Strategies and Research Timeline
You will create narratives with visual strategies and will pitch project ideas and starter images
Week 3: Composition: Building an Image with Intent
You will break down images into visual parts and discuss portraiture, representation and identity through a group critique
Week 4: How to Work with Natural Light and Flash
You will be introduced to practical techniques in terms of using light to emote the viewer and enhancing images through the use of lighting
Week 5: Editing and Sequencing
Editing techniques will be presented to you through a group critique and outcomes of the final project will be discussed
Week 6: Outcome and Review: Introduction to Post-Production
Skills learned throughout the past 6 weeks will be reviewed, the final project will be discussed, and you will be introduced to lightroom, Photoshop, and the next steps you can take for your photo story
The course will occur from September 10th – until October 15th, 2019. Sessions will be held every Tuesday evening from 7pm until 9:30pm for a total of 6 sessions at the Gallery of Photography.
The cost of this workshop is €210 for non-members and €200 for members of the Gallery of Photography.
For more information about Kate Nolan and her work, visit: http://www.katenolan.ie/