6 ECTS; 1º Ano, 2º Semestre, 60,0 TP + 10,0 OT
- Marta Sicurella
The students will learn the fundamentals of the photographic process, its history and present applications. On completion of the module the students should be able to operate a 35mm camera and have a good command of the basic laboratory techniques.
Module 1: BW PRINTING TECHNIQUES
Introduction to manipulation techniques in bw printing, correction of exposure and development errors
Module 2: USE OF DIAPHRAGMS AND SHUTTER SPEED
Analisis and application on image production of the implication of different aperture and speed utilization
Module 3: LENSES
Analisis and application of different focal lengths, implication of different points of view in image production
Module 4: DOCUMENTARY PROJECT, CONCEPTUAL PROJECT
Development of two individual projects, final presentation and discussion
Assessment is continuous.
Continuous assessment includes preparation, discussion and presentation of practical projects.
- Langford, M. (2009). Tratado de Fotografia. .: Omega
- Hedgecoe, J. (1991). Manual do Laboratório Fotográfico. Lisboa: Dinalivro
- Adams, A. (1995). The Camera. .: Ansel Adams
- Soudo, J. e Silveira Ramos, M. (2005). Manual de Técnicas Fotográficas. Lisboa: Cenjor
Method of interaction
As the matter to be studied is mainly technological, teaching is essentially practical.
In each module an exercise is proposed to be solved on an individual basis.
Software used in class