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ARTH005: Digital and Film Photography

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
3 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
(ARTH005056)


This course is an in-depth exploration of the basic techniques and development processes for all types of photography: black-and-white, color, and digital. The inclusion of hands-on projects allows students to develop the technical and expressive skills they need to produce quality pictures. This course does NOT include using a darkroom or working with chemicals. Minimum Camera Requirements: 35 mm manual SLR (Single Lens Reflex) and/or Digital camera with a minimum 3.2 megapixels and the ability to adjust exposures and shoot in various modes.COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS: FLASH plug-in, and if using a digital camera, students will need access to basic photo editing software that can output digital images in black and white mode and resize images.

Available in print or online

Course Materials

Required:
Textbook: A Short Course in Photography (ISBN: 9780205066407)

Optional:
Photography Syllabus ARTH005056 (printed course content)


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Tuition (ARTH005056)

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A $50 non-refundable Administrative Fee is required for each course.
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Summary
Course Price $250.00



  • Tuition (ARTH005056)  $200.00
  • Administrative Fee  $50.00

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