May 07, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
2021-2022 Academic Catalog
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ART-2560 Photography II

Credits 3
This course continues the exploration of the photographic vision. Under the supervision of the instructor, the student defines and completes a personal project. By using advanced camera handling and lighting techniques, darkroom manipulation, and altered processes including toning and paper negative printing, the student builds an advanced portfolio. Students explore the effect and use of color filters in black and white photography, as well as research a historic photographic movement and/or technique and gives a presentation to the entire class. Students must have access to a 35mm film camera.
Prerequisite(s): ART-1560 .
6 studio hours.
Course Outcomes
  1. Use complex cameras, camera accessories, lighting, darkroom, and studio equipment in the creation of negatives, contact prints, enlargements, and matted/framed prints
  2. Create photo project with emphasis on content or personal subject matter.
  3. Analyze a photograph’s subject, form, content, and technique. 
  4. Describe advanced shooting, processing, and printing techniques involved in contemporary photography.

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