SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND STORYTELLING

“Seeing is not merely a physical act”

SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND STORYTELLING

“Seeing is not merely a physical act”

This course is part of the College of Communications from the University of the Nations Colleges and Centres.

COURSE CODE: CMC 277

TYPE: FLW COURSE
(Full learning weeks)

UOFN CREDITS: 12 CREDITS

PREREQUISITE: YWAM-DTS

“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”
Robert Capa
 

The School of Photography and Storytelling (SPS) is designed to equip, develop and inspire Christians and Missionaries in the art and craft of storytelling through photography. Trainees will be encouraged to see this medium as a powerful tool for the Kingdom of God. The program will be an intensive three-month course and will be taught from a Christian worldview with instructors from different nations and different backgrounds.

The School of Photography and Storytelling is not only about improving skills and techniques, but how we can inspire others to know Christ through photography.

When we see the world with eyes of the heart, we can engage in an act of both reverence and self-expression (Ephesians 1:18).

ARE YOU READY TO EMBRACE THE CHALLENGE?

Do you want to inspire others to know Christ through photography?

SPRING 2020

Date: 15 April – 10 July 2020

Cost: TBC

SPRING 2021

Date: 14 April – 9 July 2021

Cost: TBC

SCHOOL LEADERS

Thiago Souza

Thiago Souza

Brazil

Born in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, Thiago Souza has been a missionary with the international movement called YWAM since 2006. As a photographer, he seeks to explore and address important social issues, raise awareness, and inspire change. Thiago is a passionate defender of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as well as the values ​​and principles of the Christian Magna Carta.

Thiago is a Freelancer Photographer based in England and contributor at the 3.16 Fotocoletivo.

www.thyagosouza.com

Leidy Vieira

Leidy Vieira

Brazil

Born in the south of Brazil, Leidy is a Photographer and missionary in England. She always loved photography and with it, became passionate about communication and graphic design. Family pictures and day to day life are part of her photography. Today she uses her passion and gifts as part of the communications team of YWAM Harpenden.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Photography
    • Evolution of Photography
    • Camera Obscura
    • Pinhole
    • Films
    • Photographic processing or development
    • Primary Elements of Photography ( Aperture / Shutter speed / ISO System)
    • Camera Controls ( Analog and Digital process)
    • Digital Cameras
    • Camera Phones (Smartphones as a camera)
    • Digital Workflow (Adobe Photoshop / Adobe Lightroom / Adobe Bridge)
  • Photo Documental
    • Introduction to Documentary Photography
    • What is Documentary Photography?
    • Documentary photography vs. photojournalism
    • Projects
    • Research
  • Photojournalism
    • Introduction to Photojournalism
    • Assignment
    • Journalism
    • Hardnews
    • Newspaper
  • Storytelling
    • How to Writing
    • How to Writing a story
    • How to tell a story
  • Social Media
    • Introduction to Social Media
    • Why Social Media today
    • Understand media law and ethics
    • Publishing blog posts that engage readers

CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding this school, please email: registrar@ywamharpenden.org

6 Highfield Oval, Harpenden, AL5 4BX, UK

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