Covers topics in digital imaging, including specialized output, interactive presentations, the moving image, and web-based works. Emphasizes creative exploration of both software and hardware tools and the possibilities of integration with other art media. Prerequisite: ART 241.
This course will acquaint students with the practice and theory of color photography, with an emphasis on color Type-C printing techniques (including studio lighting and daylight techniques). Creative conceptual solutions will be fostered.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Workshops, demonstration, group critique, discussion, consultation, slide presentations.
Art 241 Attending exhibitions, reading publications on photography, art and media
Class assignments and grading
Assignments are designed to encourage experimental approaches to problem solving, the acquisition of additional technical skills and the expression and conceptual refinement of individual artistic concerns.
Assessment will be based upon the level of engagement, development of technical and conceptual skills, participation/engagement in critical discussion and studio work presented.