Portraiture

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Portraiture

675.00

Grades: 10-12
This course is designed to introduce students to a variety of portraits and their historical significance for the purpose of successful re-creation. Students will learn composition, 
posing, story development and lighting
techniques for a variety of portrait photography. Students will study elements of portraiture: pose, gesture, composition in the image frame and post shot editing. Students will become familiar with studio equipment and lighting set-up, as well as the development of creative backgrounds. Access to a DSLR camera is highly recommended and a cell phone camera is required for this course. This is a one trimester course which counts .333 credits toward required Fine Arts electives. Students are required to attend four of seven face-to-face sessions, with two classes being mandatory. More information will be provided at an information session during the first week of May. Instructors will contact students with an exact date and time. 
Prerequisites: Photo 1 and Photo 2; or
instructor approval
• Credit: one trimester, .333 credit
• Instructor: Shastan Kuschke, 
Parish Episcopal School
• Dates & Times: June 1 (11:00am) - Meet at African American Museum
   3536 Grand Ave, Dallas
   June 5 (2:00pm)
   June 12 (10:30am)* - Meet at Parish to
   carpool to Dallas Zoo
   June 20, 26 (1:00pm)
   July 2*, 12 (10:30am)
• Cost: $675
*Mandatory class

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