ART 230 - Photography 2
5 Studio Hours
Prerequisites: ART 130 or equivalent experience
This course is a continuation of ART 130 to improve upon the skills of students who have demonstrated proficiency in basic photography. Continued use of 35mm camera and the study of medium to large format camera are conducted. An advance technique with camera in darkroom is explored to produce creative and professional work.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Explain camera exposure (negative to positive), film and print (chemical) control.
- Define the professional requirements related to studio photography.
- Differentiate between photographic expression from standard to individualized or social to commercial.
- Regulate the outcome of an image through controlled lighting.
- Evaluate a scene (previsualization) for an expected outcome.
- Identify individual skill level toward a personalized theme.
- Distinguish between the similarities and differences of black and white and color photography.
- Advanced cameras, film and print techniques
- Introduction to medium and large format camera and film
- Non-standard formatting
- Principles involving natural, continuous, and flash lighting
- Theory of metering and its correlations to exposure/printing
- Portrait, commercial and graphic photography
Textbook, slides, overhead transparencies and films
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 12/13/2006
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