CAMP PHOTO 2: Art and Design
This class moves beyond the technical controls of the camera and introduces students to theories of design and the visual aspects of image making which become powerful communication tools for artists. On a daily basis, various composition topics are introduced and the class will look at the work of contemporary artists for inspiration before going on daily shooting excursions where the assignments reiterate course topics. By the end of class, students will have developed a language for describing and critiquing their work and should have a stronger understanding of how to build a more meaningful and visually impactful images.
Required Equipment: DSLR or mirrorless camera, SD card + batteries, portable hard drive (mac compatible)
**Parents/Guardians please note: As per the course description, students will be taken outside the school facilities and around the city of Boston on shooting expeditions during these workshops. By registering your child/student, you acknowledge and understand the course description and give (your) permission to allow your child/student to participate in these daily excursions.
*Early tuition discount ends: June 5th 2017 11:59pm
Required: Students must be age 15-18 yrs to enroll. Students must provide a digital SLR or mirrorless camera with lens, battery, memory card, instruction manual and portable hard drive. Familiarity with basic computer concepts is assumed- NESOP is a Macintosh environment, please keep this in mind when purchasing a portable hard drive. For the purpose of this workshop, we recommend: 1 TB, USB 3.0 portable hard drive.
This class is suited for any student who has already taken Creative Digital Capture and Workflow or who has a strong understanding of camera controls and a basic working knowledge of Adobe Lightroom.
About the instructor: Suzanne Revy
Suzanne Révy grew up in Los Angeles, California. After high school she moved to Brooklyn, NY where she earned a BFA in photography from the Pratt Institute. While there, she was immersed in making and printing black and white photographs. After art school, she worked as a photography editor in magazine publishing at U.S.News & World Report and later at Yankee Magazine. With the arrival of two sons, she left publishing, and rekindled her interest in the darkroom. She photographed her boys, their cousins and friends, and built three portfolios of pictures over a fifteen year period. The first, a black and white series, explored the culture and nature of childhood play. The second, made with a lo-fi plastic camera and color film, represents her own emotional response as mother and witness to their growth and development. The third, a series of color pictures made in her home as her teen sons seemed to retreat into their rooms as she studied for her recently earned MFA at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
Her work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA, the Fitchburg Art Museum in Fitchburg, MA, the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA, the Workspace Gallery in Lincoln, NE, the Camera Club of NY in NewYork City, the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH, and the New England School of Photography in Boston. Her work is represented by the Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA.
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