Media and film studies
Creative Production: Photography
Module code: P4065
15 credits in autumn semester
Teaching method: Workshop, Practical
Assessment modes: Coursework
Please note: space on Media Practice modules is very limited. Only students for whom a practice module is a requirement of their home institution's programme will be considered for a place on these modules, and only then if places are available.
This module introduces you to the still image and encourages you to reflect critically on issues of form and representation in relation to your own work. You will learn key processes and techniques involved in digital imaging: research, composition, exposure, and editing. You will work individually to complete set exercises both in and out of class, and produce a series of images to a set brief.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate a proficient and competent use of production technology in a specific medium.
- Conceive, research, develop, design and execute a medium-specific creative media project.
- Apply medium-specific critical and aesthetic discourses to their own and others' creative media projects.
- Demonstrate critical reflection on the intersection of practice and theory.