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(ART 312) Intermediate Photography

Students develop insights and digital imaging skills to expand the creative possibilities of photography as a form of expression in commercial, documentary and fine art applications. The use of appropriate studio and natural light for portraiture and still life is emphasized. Students will learn to convey ideas, refine individual styles and produce a body of work that reflects their photographic interest. Fee required. 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 210, 212
Offered Winter
Programs Visual Arts (BFA), Visual Arts Minor

Course Learning Outcomes

This course will introduce and utilize basic principles and techniques of visual communication, conceptual illustration, studio environments and lighting using the medium of digital photography. Applications will include products and people, and will include elements of the use of color, enhancements, and digital modifications to photographic images. At the end of the course, students will have produced photographic products that exhibit their skills in camera and lighting controls, as well as personal visual expression.