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(ART 212) Digital Photography

Students develop visual and technical skills of digital photography as a language and medium. Composition, quality of light, exposure, camera operation, and the fundamentals of photographic concepts are emphasized. Artistic interpretation and technique will be examined through the study of image capture, processing, and printing. Note: Students provide their own fully manually controllable camera. A few cameras are available at Media Services for students who do not have their own camera on a first come first serve basis.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites ART 119
Offered Fall, Winter, Spring
Programs Art Education (BA), Visual Arts (BA), Visual Arts (BFA), Visual Arts Minor

Course Learning Outcomes

This course will deal specifically with goals one through six by introducing and utilizing basic principles and techniques of visual communications using the medium of digital photography. At the end of the course, students will have produced photographic products that exhibit their skills in camera system controls and artistic personal visual expression.