COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Studio Photography * GRA   205 3 2 3 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Lec. Derviş İlker GÜL
Instructors
Öğr. Gör.DERVİŞ İLKER GÜL1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
This course is an introduction to professional photography advertising, also called as publicity photograph. Shopping, food, location, service, fashion photo advertising photography, offering a wide range of different projects in the work-up prior to applying the student to acquire skills at all stages up to the steps to ensure that after the shooting.
Content
Photo Studio tools and accessories, Cameras, Lenses, Digital and analog photography, Advertising Photography categories, Light, Composition,

Learning Outcomes
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Recognition of the basic elements and principles of art and design.
X
2
Recognition of national/international artistic and cultural elements which can effect Graphic design practices.
X
3
Identification of communication methods, communication elements and mass communication media
X
4
Following and using the current applications, innovations and technological devolopments in line with the visual communication world.
X
5
Using the information of ther field with the practices of other diciplines.
X
6
Using the basic criteria of art and design, preparing creative, original, aesthetic and economic alternative solutions for visual communication problems.
X
7
Using different materials, paints and technological tools in the process of design.
8
Using research methods, techniques and dialectic to make access to information.
X
9
Being competent in at least one foreign language to be able to understand and communicate in the field.
X
10
Operating information and communication technologies effectively, both in learning process and design process.
X
11
Being a responsible citizen with his/her awareness of social, cultural, scientific and artistic values.
X
12
Ability to work effectively and take responsibility during individual or group work.
X
13
Using time efficiently with planned, careful and disciplined work.
X
14
Ability to read, understand and interpret his/her acquirements with a critical perspective.
X
15
Having the self-confidence and ability of communicating, written, orally and visually.
X
16
Establishing effective communication with his/her colleagues, employers and persons he/she works with.
X
17
Showing personal and professional care in protecting the environment and defending the ethical and legal values of the profession.
X
18
Being aware of the role and importance of graphic design in social life.
X
19
Taking responsibility in the use of correct language when designing.
X
20
Creating designs that serve its purpose, communicates successfully and reaches the target audience.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Check-in studio photography Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
2 Digital Photography Basics Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
3 Lighting Techniques: Portrait Photography Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
4 Portrait Photo Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
5 Raw (RAW) Image Processing Studies: Adobe Lightroom 4 Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
6 Photo Processing: Adobe Photoshop6 Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
7 Filter, Color and Light Arrangements Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
8 Mid-Term Exam Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
9 Still Life: Texture Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
10 Still Life: Liquid Product Shot Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
11 Still Life: Liquid Product Shot Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
12 Still Life Assessment Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
13 Product Photo Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
14 Product Photo Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
15 Product Photo Lecture, Demonstration, Observation
16-17 Final Exam Lecture, Demonstration, Observation

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources