Students’ works are exhibited
European University of Lefke (EUL) Faculty of Communication Sciences, Department of New Media and Communication and Department of Visual Communication Design students organized an exhibition within the scope of Digital Photography course. In the exhibition, students demonstrated their photography skills as well as creative works with photographs.
Students used techniques such as collage, manipulation and multiple exposure in their work
Head of the Department of Visual Communication Design Assist. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Elif Atamaz gave the following information about the work done before the exhibition; Within the scope of the course, first of all, students are taught how to shoot with digital cameras, what to pay attention to, basic issues related to photography such as framing, design principles, point of view.
The second part of the course focuses on the reorganization and enhancement of digital photographic data with the help of computer programs and the creation of new images. Especially with techniques such as collage, manipulation and multiple exposure, students develop their creativity by experimenting with artistic photography. Today, when artistic production is digitalized with the development of technology, such an experience enriches students’ perspectives. At the end of the course, students learn to see what everyone sees with a different eye, to frame and photograph, to process these photographs in computer environment and to transform them into artistic products.
In her opening speech, Head of the Department of Visual Communication Design Asst. Prof. Dr. Elif Atamaz, who is the instructor of both courses; “With the idea that another important part of learning is sharing, our faculty attaches great importance to the exhibition of student works and aims to bring students’ productions to the audience with various exhibitions every semester. The “digital photography exhibition”, which was created from the works of New Media and Communication and Visual Communication Design students who took the digital photography course, was prepared for this purpose.” emphasized the importance of the exhibition. A total of nearly one hundred digital works were exhibited in the exhibition. The exhibition can be visited at the entrance hall of the Faculty of Communication Sciences for the next few weeks.