Writing for the image

$30.00

Writing for the image may sometimes seem a simple process that does not go beyond description or repetition, so to speak, or it may be a process that requires a lot of skill and creativity, or a process that requires a deep understanding, a wide culture, and a delicate aesthetic sense of the spoken language and the visual language and their connotations. Where does visual language and spoken language intersect? What happens when the image is linked to the text, and what are the connections and relationships that exist between the visual and the spoken? These and other questions will be answered through the work of this session, in order to create an aesthetic cultural ground, and a process that establishes a creative writing of the image.

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Writing for the image may sometimes seem a simple process that does not go beyond description or repetition, so to speak, or it may be a process that requires a lot of skill and creativity, or a process that requires a deep understanding, a wide culture, and a delicate aesthetic sense of the spoken language and the visual language and their connotations. Where does visual language and spoken language intersect? What happens when the image is linked to the text, and what are the connections and relationships that exist between the visual and the spoken? These and other questions will be answered through the work of this session, in order to create an aesthetic cultural ground, and a process that establishes a creative writing of the image.

OBJECTIVES 

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to know:

  • Understand the professional value of the image and its expressive abilities.
  • Image writing skills and techniques.
  • The ability to create a balance between text and image in television work.

WHAT WILL THE TRAINEE GET AT THE END OF THIS WORKSHOP?

  • Workshop completion certificate from Our Media Training and Development Center

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