Level 2 Photography

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Lammers

An exciting medium, Photography explores the creative potential of "drawing with light".  Students undertake practical work acquiring photographic and camera skills using both camera and cell phone. Combining these with the study of photographers’ work enables students to manipulate their own images. They then move into the world of Photoshop and the manipulation of imagery and concept.  This is an essential subject for those who wish to become literate in the decoding and development of imagery of their visual world. A folio is then produced for the external exam.

Each student will undertake practical work, photographic techniques and get to understand the power of Photoshop.  Students will maintain a diary and research the work of a number of photographers.

Course Overview

Term 1
Photography 2.2 -AS 91312 /2.3 -AS 91317 2019
4 Credits (internal)
Assessment schedule: Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography.

Term 2
Achievement Standard Visual Arts 2.3 : Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established Photography practice.
4 Credits (internal)

Learning Areas:

Visual Arts

Assessment Policy & Procedures

Level 3 Art, Level 3 Art History, Level 3 Photography