|Difficulty level||Beginners and beyond|
|Total duration||10 hours|
|Group size||9 students max.|
Do you enjoy making or looking at documentary photography? This course will guide students to create images that document, report and tell stories about the everyday world around them. Students will learn how to effectively use photography to create visually engaging images. Discussions will include reviewing movies and images from classic masters, their skills and motivation, intense and encouraging critiques, and weekly assignments that will take you out into the streets and out of your comfort zone. In this course, we will guide students to become insightful photographers capable of identifying the right moment to make a coherent and intentional photograph.
As usual in PhotoUno, there will be class exercises with the guidance of the instructor.
Students will work on a series of their own choice that will be presented as a Photography Exhibition at PhotoUno.
Pre-requisite: Photography I.
About the instructor:
Rocio Alba Gonzalez: received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts and is represented by Getty Images. Her work has been published by E! Entertainment Television, PhotoJournalE, Italian Vouge, Hallmark, and is in the Fred Savage private collection. Rocio has exhibited nationally at The Art Coalition, Positive Focus, The B1 Gallery and Daniel Cooney’s Emerging Artist Auction. More recently Rocio was the recipient of the Individual Artist Initiative, an artist grant endowed by the Queens Council on The Arts for her dedication and career as an artist.