University of Technology Sydney

80048 Photographic Manipulation

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This subject explores the way photographic techniques and lighting can be used and manipulated to transform the photographic representation of the world 'as it is found' to one that is pre-conceived. This involves the exploration and manipulation of actual locations and settings as well as an introduction to studio scenario building. Emphasis is placed on pre-shoot conception and art direction as well as the use and manipulation of mixed available and studio light sources. It introduces the principles of lighting contrast ratios, studio flash photography, and medium format film and digital cameras.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus

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