Media and film studies
Creative Media: Photography
Module code: P4071
30 credits in autumn teaching
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 course will be considered for a place on these modules, and always subject to availability.
This module builds on the practical and conceptual skills acquired in Approaches to Media Practice: Photography, which is a pre-requisite. You develop and produce a photographic project, making use of photographic documentary theory and history, as well as enhancing your knowledge of research methods, production techniques and processes. You will reflect critically on your project, drawing on your critical and practical study of relevant genres. You will work to realize set exercises in and out of class, and produce a completed project to a set brief.
Module learning outcomes
- Employ their skills in media practice by completing a creative project which is of an appropriate level in both form and content.
- Apply methods of critical analysis to their work by clearly defining the relationship between the practical and conceptual development of their creative project.
- Demonstrate research skills and a developed understanding of production processes.
- Reflect critically and theoretically on their production work as evidenced by the creation of their research portfolio.