Photography: Practice and CommunicationImperial College Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
You will learn, through a series of lectures and practical assignments, how photographs create visual narratives and construct conceptual ideas. You will be introduced to contemporary debates about photography and will gain knowledge of the history of this popular medium.
You will work on photography assignments that are designed to place the theory in the context of your own photography practice and will be challenged to investigate visual language and to develop your own “visual voice”.
You will end the course with a portfolio of pictures that will form the foundation of your individual photography practice.
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Imperial College Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
The mission of the Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication is to deliver excellent teaching and scholarship in the fields of humanities, languages and science communication. We also run a thriving programme of Evening Classes and Lunchtime Learning in the arts,...
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