Photo Journalism

  • Overview
  • Objectives
  • Outcome
  • Duration
  • Facilitators

It is common knowledge that pictures speak louder and clearer than letterings. In fact, with photo shots, there is nothing as lettering illiteracy because pictures describe scenarios, people and places better than semantics or syntax. Pictures are what give colour and mental judgement cand appreciation to media formats.

The need for the modern-day photojournalist to learn new techniques in capturing events, moods and persons in its original form becomes not only imperative but urgent due to the upsurge in ‘visual/image manoeuvring and manipulations.’

To expose the photo journalists to the advanced new skills and techniques in capturing, treatment, preservation and storage.

After the session, participants would be attuned to the technicalities involved in photo production.

Two (2) days.

Renowned photojournalists.

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