Street Photography II
This course picks up where Street Photography I leaves off, bringing students onto the streets of Boston to capture the pulse of this exciting city. Discussions will cover both the history and practice of street photography and will focus on such topics as approaching strangers, candid, unobtrusive and confrontational shooting techniques, subjective vs. objective imagery, controlling light and exposure on the street and telling the story you observe or choose to create from your surroundings. Students will be encouraged to develop their own individual projects to work on throughout the 10 week session. Assignments will include candid shooting, street portraiture and urban landscapes and will focus on anticipating the moment, developing a sensitivity to lighting conditions and framing the shot. Street Photography is open to both digital and film photographers.
Street Photography or equivalent.
To participate in this class, student must be 18 years of age or the minimum of a high school graduate (or the equivalent).