This two-day, online training will equip participants with knowledge and skills needed to effectively capture compelling images that tell stories from the journalism point-of-view. It tackles the elements of photojournalism and differentiates it from photography. Practical exercises will enable the participants to apply the basic elements of photography and photojournalism that will be discussed in the lectures.
The training will be conducted on March 22 to 23, 2021. Participants will be informed if there are changes in the schedule.
Who Should Attend
This course is beneficial for those who are assigned to handle photojournalism assignments and public relations work.
Module 1: Basic concepts and principles of photojournalism
Module 2: Elements of photo-composition
Module 3: Working with the camera
Module 4: Technical aspects of photography
Module 5: How pictures make it to the news
Module 6: Ethics in photojournalism
Module 7: Photojournalism in the digital and online environment
- Participant interface
- Presentation of outputs
- Critique of outputs
- Photo shoot exercises
Ramon Leslie O. Boado
Owner and Managing Director
Raw Lights Media and Production
Multi-awarded photographer and videographer
The training will be conducted using online video-conferencing facilities that will be hosted by AIJC. The link to the training session will be shared only with the Learning Expert and the training participants for uninterrupted learning. Participants need to ensure their access to reliable internet connectivity during the training sessions.
At the end of the course, the participants will be more proficient in telling stories through compelling photographs taken during corporate events and making these newsworthy.
Course fee is PHP13,000.00 per person. Desired class size is at least 10 and a maximum of 20 participants. For in-house training, course fee and schedule may change based on the client’s customized needs and availability.