January 5, 2017

Saturday/Sunday Classes

The whole course is divided into 5 sections. It’s possible to start the studies from any section, skip some of them and attend the skipped section in a year, or just take part in some particular sections.
Each section includes classes in art, creation and technics and contains both theory and practice with analyses. The content of the course remains the same.

 Section Dates 2017 (Saturday/Sunday)  Price
1 February 11th/12th – March 4th/5th
Duration: 16 hours (4 lessons of 4 hours)
+ online (skype, mail)
 160 EUR
2 March 11th/12th – April 8th/9th
Duration: 20 hours (5 lessons of 4 hours)
 200 EUR
3 April 15th/16th – May 27th/28th
Duration: 24 hours (6 lessons of 4 hours)
 240 EUR
4 September 2nd/3th – September 23th/24th
Duration: 16 hours (4 lessons of 4 hours)
160 EUR
5 October 14th/15th – December 2nd/3th
Duration: 32 hours (8 lessons of 4 hours)
 320 EUR

If you would like to take part in one or more sections, please apply per e-mail: info@bybulkin.com.
After receiving your application, we’ll send you the confirmation and the invoice. Payment can be made by bank transfer or by cash. If you prefer cash payment, please let us know.
Once you pay the invoice, your place will be reserved for you.

 

Activities:

Lectures, discussions, practice, analysis, home works, additional activities (drawing, graphics, modeling…).

Main topics of the classes:
Technical quality, aesthetics, artistic self-realization. The program starts from basic level, step by step going further through higher levels. In this manner, the process of studying becomes natural. Program is divided into several stages, so that every student could decide when to stop the studies.

Programme

Main part

Technical issues:

Equipment (different photo cameras, digital and film technologies);
Technical principles of photography;
Optics (lenses and their capacity);
Light (sunlight, studio light, combined light);
Computer programs: Lightroom, Photoshop;
Additionally – film developing and processing, scanning, etc.

Art issues:

Logical and emotional composition;
Work with space;
Work with forms;
Work with colors;
Work with light;
Work with objects of photography (objects, people, environment);
Genres of photography (portrait, landscapes, still life…)

Creative issues:

Philosophy of photography and its distinction from other forms of art;
Creativity by means of photography;
Motivation, aims and objectives of photography;
Creative search and creative crisis;
Individuality, author’s view and realization;
Development of own photo project;