September 27 – November 29, 2022
Throughout the semester, students will focus on three main tasks: learning to operate a digital camera and understand the issues related to time and light, learning how to store images on a flash drive and/or computer, and most importantly, learning how to translate their everyday into interesting and evocative photographs. A total of four photoshoots will be organized (outdoor and indoor). Each student will participate in these events in order to have a great body of photographs, and hopefully select a few of them to share with the class under a given theme. Students will also be invited to participate in a workshop, in which they will learn how to approach art interpretation – this can be helpful for our class discussion time. Students will also learn how to store and organized their photos on a flash drive. At the end of semester, every student will of course keep all their images. Students are expected to bring their own flash drive every week, taken prior to this class. A digital camera will also be loaned during classes when we have photoshoots.
Lecture Time: Fridays from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Lecture Location: University of Ottawa
Instructor: Anne Marie Dumouchel of The University of Ottawa