Exploring Urban LandscapesRichard Glover
This five week course runs at different times please read the times carefully before enrolling
This course introduces students to photographic possibilities within the urban environment. Through an analysis of his work and others, experienced urban landscape photographer and tutor, Richard Glover will lead you through fundamental considerations of the genre, including technique, context, site, light, methodology and conceptual development.
A lecture examining approaches by different photographers will be followed by a location excursion and demonstration.
Topics include: Composition, Site, Light, Form, Scale, Concepts, Methodology and Technicalities.
A practical assignment will excite, test and reward the aspiring urban landscape photographer and complete this intensive course.
Session 1: Tuesday, 11 October from 6-9pm
Session 2: Saturday, 15 October from 8-11am (excursion offsite)
Session 3: Tuesday, 18 October from 6-9pm
Session 4: Saturday, 22 October from 8-11am (excursion offsite)
Session 5: Tuesday, 1 November from 6-9pm
Prerequisites and Requirements
- No previous experience is required
- Bring your own DSLR or Mirrorless (MILC) camera (charged batteries and memory card). If you are unsure please search your camera brand and model for clarification.
- Note book and pen
- Camera manual (download from the internet if necessary)
- Please bring to the first class a series of your own photographs reflecting the subject Urban Landscape (this can be a simple set of low-res files on a USB stick or website reference).
National Art School
Forbes St & Burton St
Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
*Please note this course requires students travel to alternate locations for shoots.