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Theoretical-practical workshops where participants can learn about various topics to improve the photographic technique. From taking advantage of visual resources to achieve a better composition, to improvements in the management of natural and artificial light.

Diploma in photography
Ages 15 and up | Beginners  
* Underage students must present a responsive letter from their parents.
** For photography practices outside the museum, minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Necessary semi-professional SLR camera

Photography can become much more than a form of expression as it becomes a useful tool due to the variety of its fields of application. For this reason, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey offers a modular program in photography designed with the purpose of offering the necessary knowledge for the complete training of professional photographers and the tools for their development in the areas of commercial and artistic photography.

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The graduate of the modular diploma in Photography of the Museum of Contemporary Art will be able to:
• Develop a sharper and more selective visual perception to raise the artistic quality of your photographic work.
• Make accurate and aesthetic decisions in the artistic approach, on the use of light in photography.
• Read, analyze and take a photographic portrait, making use of the knowledge and techniques learned.
• Provide an artistic composition and presentation to your digital photographic work.

Eduardo Gonzalez

Photographer with more than 30 years of experience. He began his career in Mexico City. With his camera, Eduardo González has traveled and captured moments of beauty in various parts of Mexican territory, as well as of the people in the different areas. His work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions in the Czech Republic, Brazil, Cuba, the United States and Mexico.

Juan Jose Ceron

Photojournalist for 25 years and a communication specialist by profession. He has participated in multiple photographic coverages throughout the country and abroad and winning various awards. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries. He has been a teacher of photography in a considerable number of educational institutions; at MARCO it has been for several years. He is the founder of Resolana, a cultural space dedicated to the promotion of photography. He was also director of the Photography Department of the newspaper El Norte.

Teresa Rodriguez Sepúlveda

He studied a degree in Plastic Arts with a Photography option at the UV and postgraduate studies in Conservation and Restoration of Photography at the ENCRyM. His images have been part of various group exhibitions. In 2003 he obtained an honorable mention at the Nuevo León Photography Hall. He has obtained production, research and academic support through CONACULTA in Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Veracruz. He has given workshops on Basic Photography and Black and White Laboratory at the Centro de las Artes Photo Library, the Nuevo León House of Culture and at Marcarfoto, as well as workshops on photographic conservation at the Adolfo Prieto School, Monterrey.

15% discount making a single payment: $ 8,500 *

Module I: Introduction to Photography
Cost per module: 2,500 pesos

Module II: Technique and photographic composition
Cost per module: 2,500 pesos

Module III: Natural light and flash management
Cost per module: 2,700 pesos

Module IV: Visual Language Development
Cost per module: 2,500 pesos

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Introduction to photography
Ages: 15 and up | Beginners  

Theoretical-practical workshop where the participant will develop through the technical, compositional and semiotic analysis of works by classic and contemporary photographers, the visual perception and their ability to observe the different visual elements that make up a photograph.

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The student will be able to make better use of their visual resources, achieving better photographs through a deep analysis of the composition, without neglecting the technical part.

1 session
Photography.
1.1 Brief history of photography and the camera
1.1.1 Camera obscura
1.1.2 Reflex Camera - SLR
1.1.3 DSLR - Digital formats and image quality
1.2 The light
1.2.1 Electromagnetic spectrum
1.2.2 Properties of light
1.2.3 Light quality

2 session
The camera and the exhibition.
2.1 Camera in Manual Mode
2.1.1 Exposure (ISO, shutter speed and aperture)
2.1.2 The exposure meter and metering (Spot, central and evaluative)
2.2 Lenses and focal length
2.2.1 Standard
2.2.2 Wide angle and fisheye
2.2.3 Telephoto
2.3 Practice

3 session
Exposition.
3.1 Equivalent exposure
3.1.1 Depth of field
3.1.2 Shutter Speeds (Swept and Freeze)
3.2 Practice
3.3 Photographers and speeds

4 session
Color temperature.
4.1 White balance
4.2 Manual and automatic focus system
4.3 Practice
4.4 Photographic genres and authors
4.4.1 Documentary
4.4.2 Landscape
4.4.3 Portrait

5 session
Basic principles of composition.
5.1 Rule of thirds
5.2 Formal elements: texture, point of view, color, geometric shapes, lines, symmetry
5.3 Practice
5.4 P, A, S camera modes

6 session
Practice outside the museum. * Subject to change of date due to weather *

7 session
Edition.
7.1 Project editing
7.1 Final project review

Eduardo Gonzalez

Photographer with more than 30 years of experience. He began his career in Mexico City. With his camera, Eduardo González has traveled and captured moments of beauty in various parts of Mexican territory, as well as of the people in the different areas. His work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions in the Czech Republic, Brazil, Cuba, the United States and Mexico.

Teresa Rodriguez Sepúlveda

He studied a degree in Plastic Arts with a Photography option at the UV and postgraduate studies in Conservation and Restoration of Photography at the ENCRyM. His images have been part of various group exhibitions. In 2003 he obtained an honorable mention at the Nuevo León Photography Hall. He has obtained production, research and academic support through CONACULTA in Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Veracruz. He has given workshops on Basic Photography and Black and White Laboratory at the Centro de las Artes Photo Library, the Nuevo León House of Culture and at Marcarfoto, as well as workshops on photographic conservation at the Adolfo Prieto School, Monterrey.

Cost: $ 2,500 * For photography practices outside the museum, minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Necessary semi-professional or professional SLR camera

30% discount: MARCO PASS (Student Discount): Get your credential at the Museum.
10% discount:
• Re-enrollment: applies to MARCO students, enrolled in the immediate previous block.
• Prompt payment: applies for new admission or former students from previous blocks.
• INAPAM with valid credential.
* IMPORTANT: The course start week does not apply any discount.

Teacher: Eduardo González
Wednesday 18:30 to 21:00
7 sessions | From October 26 to December 7

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Group B:
Teacher: Tere Rodriguez
Saturday 10: 00 to 12: 30
7 sessions | October 29 to December 17 (holiday on November 19)

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Technique and Photographic Composition
Ages: 15 and up | Public with basic knowledge in photography 
* Hybrid format course: this course begins online, via Zoom and as soon as the Museum opens, the classes will be face-to-face. *

Theoretical-practical workshop where the participant will develop through the technical, compositional and semiotic analysis of works by classic and contemporary photographers, the visual perception and their ability to observe the different visual elements that make up a photograph.

I WANT INFORMATION

The student will be able to make better use of their visual resources, achieving better photographs through a deep analysis of the composition, without neglecting the technical part.

1 session
Visual or formal elements, lines, shapes, volumes, textures, etc.

2 session
Practical class outdoors: Learning to see the light, the languages ​​of photography.

3 session
Composition rules and when to break them How the camera sees, how the eye sees.

4 session
Subject to be photographed, camera location, moment of shooting.

5 session
Technical analysis, compositional analysis, content analysis.

6 session
Review of works by great classic and contemporary photographers.

7 session
Review of student work.

Eduardo Gonzalez

Photographer with more than 30 years of experience. He began his career in Mexico City. With his camera, Eduardo González has traveled and captured moments of beauty in various parts of Mexican territory, as well as of the people in the different areas. His work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions in the Czech Republic, Brazil, Cuba, the United States and Mexico.

Cost: $ 2,500 

30% discount: MARCO PASS (Student Discount): Get your credential at the Museum.
10% discount:
• Re-enrollment: applies to MARCO students, enrolled in the immediate previous block.
• Prompt payment: applies for new admission or former students from previous blocks.
• INAPAM with valid credential.
* IMPORTANT: The course start week does not apply any discount.

Saturday 10: 00 to 12: 30
7 sessions | From October 29 to December 17 (holiday on November 19)

Necessary semi-professional or professional SLR camera.
** For photography practices outside the museum, minors must be accompanied by an adult.

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