by Barbara Hentschel M.A. and Dipl.-Des. Clemens Kappen
next course: 18 September to 19 November 2017
Fee: 139,- € (Students get a reduction of 20%.)
This course written in German will teach the essentials of professional photo-documentation. Elucidating the principles photography, it explains camera techniques, lighting and accessories in a simple manner accompanied by numerous illustrations. It is a unique compilation of all the information required for analogue as well as digital photography and image processing.
After an introduction the general principles of applied photography will be explained. Aperture, shutter speed, focus and exposure. Even if this compilation may sound simple, the safe handling of these parameters is fundamental for satisfactory results.
The third module of the course explains after a brief introduction to "light," the advantages and disadvantages of commonly used lamps and photo flash.
In the next module you will learn about objectives, their characteristics and their range of use.
The fifth module informs about analog photography: the characteristics of film material, different formats and advice about their successful use.
Another module will give you an understanding to digital photography. Besides the idea of camera technology, you will find information about digital image files and instructions for electronic image processing.
The course is complemented by two other modules in which useful accessories and information to print images captered on film or data storage media are presented.
Dipl.-Des. Clemens Kappen has been lecturer in photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim/ Holzminden/ Göttingen for many years.
Dipl.-Rest. Barbara Hentschel MA has graduated in Conservation and Restoration at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim/ Holzminden/ Göttingen. She works at the Hornemann Institute in the field of multimedia.
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