In this course students learn what it takes to be a fashion photographer. Course covers the difference between editorial and advertising; working with models, stylists, hair stylists and make-up artists; coordinating a photo shoot and various influences on the field fashion photography. Also discusses business practices, technical expertise, and qualities of great fashion photography. Includes a shoot with models and make-up artists. Students must provide their own camera equipment (traditional or digital may be used). Students are responsible for shooting their own color/black and white film and producing traditional or digital prints. Photography prints are brought to class each week for critique and discussion.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Photography, Introduction to Black and White Darkroom or Introduction to Color Photography, Introduction to Digital Photography, and students must have knowledge of traditional/digital camera manual functions
First class materials: TBD
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