Photographic Project Creation

A course by Tanit Plana
Photographer. Barcelona, Spain.
Joined June 2017
, Photographer

Learn to narrate a story through powerful images in a creative and structured way

  • Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 93% positive reviews (85)
  • 1847 students

Learn to narrate a story through powerful images in a creative and structured way



Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 93% positive reviews (85)
  • 1847 students
  • 14 lessons (2h 11m)
  • 16 additional resources (0 files)
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Available on the app
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Polish, Dutch
  • Level: Beginner
  • Unlimited access forever

Telling a story through a series of photos has the power to change the perspective of both the photographer and the viewer, prompting them to further explore their thoughts on a subject. This is what motivates photographer Tanit Plana to keep venturing into a variety of themes and emotions through photography. Whether it be exhibiting in Spain’s most prominent contemporary museums, or working with advertising agencies such as Ogilvy, Tanit never stops exploring new ways to interpret the world around her.

In this course, Tanit invites you to explore a topic that you are passionate about, teaching you how to research and plan for your photographic series, as well as showing you her personal editing style to reinforce the message you want to convey.

What will you learn in this online course?

Course table of contents

  • U1
    U1. Introduction
  • U2
    U2. Hello photography!
  • U3
    U3. To photograph!
  • U4
    U4. The final stretch or how to bring the project to life: editing and publishing
  • FP
    FP Final project
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Tanit begins the course by telling you how she got into professional photography, she will show you some of her latest projects, as well as share some artists that have influenced her in building her professional eye.

Start your project by doing your own artistic investigation, to analyze what story you want to tell through your photographic series. Tanit prompts you to approach your theme fearlessly, encouraging you to simply investigate what you want to say about the subject and follow through with it.

Create a roadmap for your project using the inspirational content you collect to give you more direction and knowledge on your chosen theme. See the difference between the types of lenses and other photographic materials you need, and go through the type of frames and compositions you can use for your shoot.

Move onto the production phase of your session, cast your models—which Tanit describes as your catalysts—capable of expressing the emotions you want to capture. Then, get familiar with your chosen location, analyzing the light and shadows, the equipment, and the camera settings you will need to carry out your photoshoot.

In the last unit, Tanit teaches you how she edits her pictures, to give the finishing touches that make your work pop and convey your message clearly. Give rhythm to your photographic sequence, by understanding how to choose between the images that you love.

Finally, see the different ways you can publish your work online and share your artistic vision with the rest of the world!

What is this course's project?

Create a photographic series.

Projects by course students

Who is this online course for?

This course is for those who already know how to use a camera and want to carry out a personal project.

Requirements and materials

You will need previous experience in using a camera.

As for materials, you will need a camera, a reflector or diffuser, and a tripod.


Reviews

1847 Students
85 Reviews
93% Positive ratings

Tanit Plana

A course by Tanit Plana

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Photographer

Catalan photographer Tanit Plana specializes in investigative photography, where she explores facets of emotions and concepts to prompt the viewer into questioning their own perspective. Since obtaining her degree in Visual Communication at Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Tanit has exhibited her work in renowned art spaces such as Sala Canal de Isabel II in Madrid and worked with major advertising agencies like Oglivy Barcelona, DDB Barcelona y SCPF.

She has received grants to fund her photography projects by Fundació La Caixa, Fundación BBVA, Fotopres’01, among others, and obtained an honorary mention for best photography book at the PHotoespaña festival in 2006.


Content

  • U1

    Introduction

    • Presentation
    • Influences
    • What will we do in the course?
  • U2

    Hello photography!

    • Artistic research: gathering materials
    • Map creation for work
    • Photographic materials
    • Camera test
  • U3

    To photograph!

    • Casting
    • Location
    • The portrait
    • The still life
  • U4

    The final stretch or how to bring the project to life: editing and publishing

    • Selection of images
    • Photo development!
    • We publish
  • FP

    Final project

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Domestika's courses are online classes that provide you with the tools and skills you need to complete a specific project. Every step of the project combines video lessons with complementary instructional material, so you can learn by doing. Domestika's courses also allow you to share your own projects with the teacher and with other students, creating a dynamic course community.

All courses are 100% online, so once they're published, courses start and finish whenever you want. You set the pace of the class. You can go back to review what interests you most and skip what you already know, ask questions, answer questions, share your projects, and more.

The courses are divided into different units. Each one includes lessons, informational text, tasks, and practice exercises to help you carry out your project step by step, with additional complementary resources and downloads. You'll also have access to an exclusive forum where you can interact with the teacher and with other students, as well as share your work and your course project, creating a community around the course.

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Photographic Project Creation. Photography, and Video course by Tanit Plana

Photographic Project Creation

A course by Tanit Plana
Photographer. Barcelona, Spain.
Joined June 2017
  • 93% positive reviews (85)
  • 1847 students