Advanced Fine Art Photography Course
TRANSFORM YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO EXHIBITION ART
Going Further | Lessons 7 - 12 | One Lesson a Week
This exciting advanced course follows from the previous six lessons and explores the creative world of art photography even further.
Although taught in the same format as the previous course, these "advanced" lessons break away from decorative art into emotive prints where deeper meaning, social commentary and storytelling becomes essential. You will be shown how to come up with and develop creative ideas and unlock creativity. Attributes in the art such as shape, distortion, colour, texture and juxtaposition are now explored to their maximum, as students are mentored towards creating a themed portfolio of exhibition prints.
These advanced lessons are presented as an extension to the first course and cannot be done without completing lessons one to six.
This program also consists of six lessons comprising of two and a half hour lessons, taught once a week. Classes are presented live over Zoom, and video recordings are screened to demonstrate techniques. Classes are small in size, interactive and workshop orientated.
Traditional art techniques like encaustic wax and ink are combined with heat and image projection to create stunning artworks.
A Creative Mindset / Coming Up with Ideas / High & Low Key Minimalism
Heat and Emulsion
Encaustic Photo Art
Evaluation of Session / Printing and Presentation
The only thing that has disappointed me about your advanced fine art photography course is that there is no advanced, advanced course offered to continue on this wonderful journey.
What am I going to do without your weekly creative input of creativity Martin?
This was my sanity during lockdown!
Peter Raeburton | New York
Fine Art Photography Course | Going Further
Photograph by Ana Pedreira
Consider doing this course if you ...
Have completed the first six lessons and want to go further.
Are needing to expand your portfolio from decorative to emotive.
Art struggling to come up with concepts and ideas.
Wanting to approach art galleries for possible representation.
Needing to create an art portfolio.
FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE | GOING FURTHER | LESSONS 7 - 12
R 9500 (APPROX. $650)
R 10500 (Approx $720)
15h00 until 17h30 (GMT +2)
11 February '22
18 February '22
25 February '22
04 March '22
11 March '22
18 March '22
Frequently asked questions
What platform do you use to teach this online course on?
At the moment we are using ZOOM
Is this course only taught online or do you still offer face to face classroom teaching?
This fine art photography course is now designed to be taught online and presents really well. Classroom taught options will only be offered once COVID 19 has run its course and it is safe to offer classroom teaching.
What is the difference between the content of the online course and a face to face classroom presented course?
The course content is identical.
How many students do you accept on a course?
We accept no more than eight students per course. We keep the class size small to promote interaction and enchourage mentorship and relationship.
What camera equipment will I need to do the course?
You can use any camera, but we recommend either a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera or a digital mirrorless camera.
What happens if I miss a lesson?
Ideally, it would be better if you were able to attend the course without missing a lesson. But we do understand that life happens. When a student is missing from a class, the lesson is recorded, so you will be able to catch up before the next module is presented.
Do you issue a certificate on completion?
On request, we would be able to issue a certificate of attendance on completion.
Is the online course taught live, or is it pre-recorded?
Martin Osner teaches the course live.
I am an acomplished artist, will this course be of value to me?
If you are looking for fresh ideas, techniques and starting points, and inspiration then absoloutely.
Besides a camera and a computer, what other equipment will I need?
Firstly you will need a small work area. Then beside a camera, the following equipment is required.
A4 size inkjet printer.
A4 size laser jet printer (optional).
A4 - A3 size light table.
2 x Study lamps.
What software will I require to do the course?
We suggest you subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud and sign up for the basic photographers package which will give you access to: (Approx $12 per month)
What art materials will I need?
You will require;
Alcolhol ink (Optional)
Watercolour / Acrylic paint
" I so enjoyed the first six lessons, but I found the additional workshops very inspirational and challenging, but in a good way. Honestly, I did not realise that I was capable of creating such interesting work. Thank you to the class, you guys are awesome, and a big thank you, Martin, for guiding us through a creative wonderland! I will never forget this course."
Jo-Ann Naude - Santa Monica USA