B.A. in Still Photography

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B.A. in Still Photography

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About Course

B.A. in Still Photography

Learn the nuances of still photography with a holistic learning approach through our degree course and be ready to face the challenges of the professional world. The aim of this program is to provide a diverse pathway to aspiring photographers and help them view the world in a completely different way through their camera lens. Get ready to make a name for yourself in the ever-expanding field of photography at the end of this 3-year course.

Key Takeaways

  • The fundamentals and principles of operating a DSLR camera
  • he different styles and techniques of wildlife photography, landscape photography, street photography and food photography
  • The importance of light, space, color and composition in photography
  • Producing photos for newspapers, magazines, exhibition galleries, books, etc.

Course Projects

Project 1

Taking photos showing freezing, motion and depth of field.

Project 2

Clicking photos in different setups and lighting.

Project 3

Practicing lightroom tools, presets, color, image correction.

Project 4

Capturing dramatic moments that influence minds of viewers.

Project 5

Case study on corporate digital campaign.

Project 6

Taking photos of different types of food.

Project 7

Shooting a fashion campaign.

Lab & Equipments

Qours School of Still Photography is equipped with infrastructure and technology matching up to international standards.

Studios and Labs

  • World-class photo studio
  • Technically advanced editing labs with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe InDesign, Adobe illustrator and Coral draw
  • Latest studio flashlights and accessories

Camera and Lenses

  • New-age gadgets and equipment
  • 72 professional high-end DSLR cameras
  • Wide range of professional lenses

Course Content

Semester 1

  • How photography has evolved since the 19th century.
  • Evaluating the use of natural and artificial light.
  • Identifying and understanding the basic concepts of cameras.
  • Understanding fundamental marketing concepts, theories and principles.
  • Studying about veteran photographers and their style.
  • Demonstrating the working knowledge of the photographic process from 1839 to the present.
  • Print development and print presentation.
  • Explaining the elements of art and applying them in photography.
  • Recognizing and understanding the basic, aesthetic and expressive concepts of photography.
  • Production of photographs in response to class assignments.

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