Digital photography is the most common type of photography nowadays. Through it, taking, editing, and producing photos has never been simple and immediate. In addition, photography is a good foundation for those aspiring filmmakers since, like film, it requires the photographer to tell a story visually.
This course is designed to introduce and explore the art of photography as a primary skill needed in film production. Composition, framing, lighting, camera settings, and photo editing are included in the topic discussions as well. As this workhop falls within the scope of digital technology, it also takes time in thoroughly discussing the parts and operations of a digital camera.
• Basic photography skills
• Fundamental operations of a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera
• Principles and elements of design
• Natural and artificial lighting
• Lens and aperture mechanism
• Proper exposure
• Photo editing
About the Facilitator
Renan Saliva teaches photography as a faculty in the U.P. Film Institute in which he graduated in 1994 with Best Thesis honors. He has also worked as producer and writer for Central Luzon TV 36 and segment producer for TAPE Inc.’s Eat Bulaga. His show “So To Speak” in Central Luzon TV 36 won a Golden Dove Award, Best Public Affairs Show last 2011.
March 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2017
1 PM – 6 PM
Requirement: DSLR or any camera with manual setting
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
LIMITED SLOTS ONLY.
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