University of Salford
Module Co-ordinator: Matthew Andrew
Areas Of Photographic Practice B.
In this module we are asked to respond to experimental modes of image making and presentation. Over six weeks we will learn camera less photography, emerging forms of media (including 3D capture and output), and varying forms of presentation and dissemination. In addition to this we are asked to reflect and engage upon historical and contemporary debate in relation to experimental research, image making and dissemination.
On Successful completion the brief involves the Aims/ Objectives
1. Demonstrate an understanding of a range of digital image resources and associated dissemination opportunities.
2. Demonstrate a professional approach to digital portfolio presentation and management
3. Demonstrate practical and relevant problem-solving skills.
Transferable/Key Skills and other attributes (as indicated on MS1):
On completion of this module students will have had the opportunity to:
1. Be able to understand how established techniques of research enquiry can be used to find opportunities within photographic and other potential markets
2. Evaluate strengths and weaknesses in digital image and photographic distribution models
3. Engage in professional practice dialogue, presenting structured and reasoned ideas behind the development and/or delivery of digital photographic portfolios
4. Make a self-assessment of learning progress