More about the course
You begin the course with learning about basic camera operation and understanding the wide range of cameras, photographic lenses, filters and other accessories. The course helps build your understanding of the lighting techniques, composition and other aspects that are very much essential for producing a visually appealing photographic image. It’s not only creativity that makes someone an ace photographer, but one needs to have a sound knowledge of the technicalities associated with photography. It’s through hands-on experience, workshops, seminars and exhibitions that the students build upon their skills and technical knowhow in photography. Among the things that you learn through these courses are history of photography, black & white photography, colour photography, photographic films, darkroom development, digital photography, studio photography, photographic composition, portrait photos, photojournalism, scientific and forensic photography, photo editing software and so on.
Jobs and opportunities
There are a good many possibilities with a bachelor of fine arts in photography. You can work for agencies, organizations, institutions and studios involved with photography or you can opt to work of your own as a freelancer. In this field, you can become a commercial photographer, fine art photographer, photojournalist, imaging specialist, colour management specialist, digital production consultant, industrial photographer, forensic photographer and so on. You can work for magazines, newspapers and advertising agencies. There are opportunities in fine art, photo editing, curating and publishing. You have the opportunity for advance courses like MFA Photography and postgraduate diploma courses. Beyond that there are PhD programs too.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (BFA) Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year
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