Photography Courses : Buenos Aires, Argentina

Que es la fotografía documental. Surgimiento. Fotógrafos reconocidos. Captura de momentos. Mirada personal. Ensayo fotográfico. Lugar de la fotografía documental en los medios. Relación con el foto periodismo. Agencias. Técnicas. Revelado de la obra.

What is documentary photography? How it was born. Recognized Photographers Capture moments. Personal look into the work. Photo essay. Place of documentary photography in the media. Relationship with photojournalism. Agencies. Techniques. Development of the work.

Este curso se basa en la teoría pero con una práctica constante. Lo más importante es salir con la cámara y capturar todo lo que te mueva a tomar una foto. Veremos en qué se basa la fotografía documental, sus posibilidades artísticas y expresivas. Tendrás la oportunidad de elegir un tema y preparar un ensayo donde se buscara plasmar tu mirada sobre el tema.

 

Lessons in person or online:

Cafe del Pasaje
Thames 1762, C1425 Capital Federal, Palermo
At home
(Buenos Aires)
In a public place
(Buenos Aires)
Online
Online
(Skype)

Hourly rates: (USD $)

1 student: $12.00
2 students: $10.00
3+ students: $8.00
Fees apply. View details.

Free registration

¿Cómo funciona una cámara? Comportamiento de la luz. Cámara oscura
Tipos de cámaras. Diferencia entre cámaras analógicas y digitales. Variables fotográficas: velocidad de obturación,diafragma , ISO, distancia focal, profundidad de campo, balance de blancos. Objetivos. Composición. Revelado digital.

How does a camera work? Behavior of light. Dark camera.
Types of cameras. Difference between analog and digital cameras. Photographic variables: shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focal length, depth of field, white balance. Objective. Composition, digital files and development.

Este es un curso práctico y teórico. Aprenderás todos los aspectos técnicos y los pondrás en práctica desde la primera clase. El objetivo es que puedas usar estas habilidades para tu propio proceso creativo.
Al final de las lecciones haremos una caminata fotográfica para que puedas unir todos los conocimientos y divertirte experimentando.

 

Lessons in person or online:

Cafe del Pasaje
Thames 1762, C1425 Capital Federal, Palermo
At home
(Buenos Aires)
In a public place
(Buenos Aires)
Online
Online
(Skype)

Hourly rates: (USD $)

1 student: $12.00
2 students: $10.00
3+ students: $8.00
Fees apply. View details.

Free registration

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Buenos Aires is the second largest metropolitan area in South-America. It is one of the most visited cities in Latin America and boasts one of the region's best standards of living.

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