In your last semester, you’ll engage in a required internship and be challenged to create work that’s provocative, evocative, relevant, and timeless. You’ll develop and consolidate your photographic craft, research, contextual knowledge and project development skills. Through technical inductions and workshops, you’ll build your practical photographic skills, from working with professional studio Photography News equipment through to the use of moving image and colour darkroom printing. This module also introduces the relevance of historical and contemporary approaches in image making to enable you to contextualise and develop critical and reflective research skills. In this module you are asked to respond to the construction of meaning and narrative in relation to both still and moving images.
- You will also be able to upload your images to the Photostream and receive feedback from the Masters of Photography community.
- Modern photography has raised a number of concerns on its effect on society.