Street photography is more popular than ever because the amateur photographer has access to high quality cameras in mobile phones and digital cameras. The proliferation of always available personal cameras also raises the issue of ethics and privacy in public places. This introductory class will explore the genre of street photography through its history, techniques, equipment and ethical considerations. Students will produce photographs as they explore the different aspects of street photography and generate a final body of work that demonstrates their personal vision within the genre of street photography.
Rockville Campus, 4 Sessions, M
11/04 - 11/25 6:30-8:30 p.m.