This training cycle is aimed at training professional photographs able to create and interpret aesthetic events. Photography education should not be limited to technical and mechanical issues that will ensure good formal results, but must insist on an artistic, theoretical and cultural foundation. Focused, generically, to the photographic activity related to advertising, design, fashion, social reporting, industry, science, publishing, photojournalism and art.
This professional would exercise its activity:
1. As a freelancer, within any of the areas of activity in which professional photography is divided.
2nd. Integrated as a photographer in those companies which for their operation so require [hospitals, industries, publishers, newspapers, etc.].
3rd. Creating their own projects within an artistic activity.
4th. Interpreting another professional’s (art director or designer) concepts with sketches, models and ideas.
5th. In companies and workshops, whether public or private, related with the photography professional practice.
|Weekly Hours per Subject||1º||2º|
|Visual representation and expression fundamentals||4||–|
|Digital Laboratory I||4||–|
|Digital Laboratory II||–||4|
|Photography Theory I||2||–|
|Photography Theory II||–||4|
|Photography techniques I||4||–|
|Photography techniques II||–||3|
|Audiovisual languages and techcnologies I||3||–|
|Audiovisual languages and techcnologies II||–||3|
|Photography Projects I||9||–|
|Photography Projects II||–||12|
|Economy and entrepreneurship||–||2|