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CATC DESIGN SCHOOL COURSE GUIDE 2014-15 44 COURSE GUIDE 2014-15 45 CATC DESIGN SCHOOL Program Managers Creative Digital Photography ONLINE SHORT COURSE RICHARD WHITFIELD RIKKI-PAUL BUNDER GUY SHERLOCK Brisbane Melbourne Sydney Richard studied Fine Art in his native UK before moving to Hong Kong to work in TV commercial production. Encouraged by his boss, Richard branched out on his own as a commercial and advertising photographer, shooting for advertising agencies throughout Asia. Relocating to Australia in the mid-1990s, Richard changed direction to concentrate on editorial work and has worked regularly for a host of local and overseas magazines, including Who, Women’s Day, FHM, Qantas Magazine and Virgin Voyeur. Rikki-Paul Bunder studied photography at James Cook University and graduated as their highest achieving photography student. Upon graduation, Rikki made the move to Melbourne and embarked on a career as an advertising photographer. The first few years he shot everything from architectural photography to lifestyle before specialising in automotive working with some of Australia’s high profile advertising clients, including Honda, Lexus, Toyota, and General Motors just to name a few. Rikki has also travelled throughout SouthEast Asia training police forces in the use of advanced high resolution crime scene capture cameras. Rikki brings to CATC an enthusiasm to share this experience with the next generation of young aspiring photographers. Guy’s passion for photography grew whilst studying at Charles Sturt University, where he successfully graduated with a Bachelor Arts Photography and Master of Arts Practice Photomedia. Some of his more celebrated subjects have included Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush, the late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, singer/songwriter Delta Goodrem and entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson. Richard is as excited today about photography as the first time he picked up a camera: “Teaching’s a great way to share my passion as well as my experience.” Ideal for hobbyist photographers and those interested in learning more about digital photography, this short course provides a step-by-step guide to the essential aspects of digital photography. Learn to take control of your camera’s settings. Capture creative images under different conditions and apply a range of post-production techniques. Guy is interested in the traditions of photography, believing that photography should be a separate art form from that of extreme digital manipulation, or compositing. He finds that an image is more successful when the subject is manipulated prior to shooting with wardrobe, props, makeup and lighting. Best of all, if you want to gain your CATC Diploma in Photo Imaging, this short course provides credit for the diploma subject Camera and Capture, allowing you to complete the diploma faster. Upon completion of the short course you will have an increased understanding of: In recent years Guy has worked as a professional freelance photographer and is capable of photographing in a number of different styles and across many genres. He has exhibited in galleries both in Sydney and regional NSW as well as having had photographs published in many newspapers, magazines. • Exposure Guy’s goal at CATC is to bring industry knowledge, skills and practice to the classroom – providing students with life changing education and experiences. • Your digital SLR camera • Composition • Working with light • Post production techniques The short course provides credit for the subject ‘Camera and Capture’ in the Diploma of Photo Imaging.