Digital Photographic Practice is offered at USC as a Minor in Design or Creative Industries and is for those students interested in understanding the role of photography in contemporary art and design.
They learn how to take effective photographs, understand composition and technique (beyond the automatic settings of digital cameras) and learn the ‘functionality’ of the camera.
Students work in natural and artificial lighting, on location and in the studio and throughout the year we showcase their best work.
For further details about the photographic exhibition please contact the USC Gallery Manager, Megan Williams on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 7 5459 4633.
For more information on the photography classes contact USC Lecturer in Digital Design, Deb Livingston on email@example.com.
Image: Sjieuwke JAMES KOOPAL, Looking through the lens of Man Ray with ‘Jacqueline Goddard wearing Chanel bracelets’, 1932.