Exploration of color films, cameras, and color printing processes as a means for recording, enhancing and expressing students' subjective experiences. Prerequisite: ARTS 001 or ARTS 002.
Thomas Brennan ()
Dates: July 15-August 9, 2013; Prereqs: ARTS 001, 002 or 004 and 3 hrs ARTH or instructor permission; Lab fee $50
Color photography is an exploration of approaches to making photographs using digital techniques and inkjet printers. Use of color, use of space and light, use of tools including camera, software, and printing paper, are all discussed as means toward making photographs that convey intention and experience.
Students may email instructor for permission to register if they do not have the pre-requisite courses. Interest in the medium of photography as creative expression is the primary requirement. You will need to provide your own camera. A digital camera that will allow manual exposure and focus adjustments is the best choice. You will need to purchase some of your own inkjet paper.
Evaluation is based upon completion of assigned projects, coherence of your work, and attendance.
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