NM2204 - The Digital Studio
|Student Contribution Band:
||School of Creative Arts (pre 2015)
Available to students with foundation capture skills
In this subject students extend their skills in the area of studio photography with
an emphasis on contemporary digital capture and processing. Students gain specific
skills in lighting and directing the subject and explore advanced digital capture
and workflow. Students are encouraged to experiment and innovate, in terms of content
and form, while acquiring skills to prepare them for the professional working environment.
Students are required to submit three assignments, some of which are team projects
and a final folio of individual, self-directed work which are finished to a high standard
of presentation ready for inclusion in their portfolio. Each project contains a research
component, requiring students to research aspects of contemporary and historical studio
practice and submit a written evaluation.
- Skills in studio lighting including continuous lighting, electronic flash and location
flash and in digital photographic capture including use of the medium format digital
- Skills in the styling and production of studio images using human and non-human subjects
including idea generation, imagination and creativity;
- Safe working practices in the photographic studio;
- A knowledge of the field of contemporary studio practice and historical precedents;
- The ability to convey subject knowledge in written form according to academic conventions
and to work in team roles which reflect current industry practice in the area of digital
||12CP OF LEVEL 1 SUBJECTS INCLUDING (NM1201 OR PT1410) AND (NM1202 OR PT1110)
Study Period 2
|Census Date 28-Aug-2014
||Dr David Salisbury, <Person not found>
||Mr Andrew Rankin.
- 13 hours lectures
- 26 hours workshops/Seminars
||food (20%); advertising (20%); studio portrait (20%); folio (40%).
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest