Digital Photography II
ARTS 2850 - 3 credits
Continued skill development in digital camera operation and image editing with introduction of advanced techniques. The ethics, functions, and styles of digital photography are presented through lectures, reading, research and studio assignments. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal, expressive style in addition to mastering a range of photographic techniques while they create a visually and conceptually cohesive, exhibition-quality portfolio. Digital SLR or equivalent with camera RAW and manual exposure modes required.
Studio: 4 hours
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