2019-2020 Residential Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    May 06, 2021  
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PHO 205 - Digital Photography I


Photography students only, students must have a DSLR camera. This course introduces students to the operation and use of a digital single-lens-reflex camera and related techniques. Topics of camera operation include white balance, histograms, file format choices, and lens selection. This course also introduces students to the use of computers, software, scanners and large format photographic quality ink-jet printers in order to create high-quality color and black and white images from their RAW, jpeg, and tiff files. Additionally, students will learn how to scan negatives, transparencies, and prints to produce high-resolution files and then edit these files in Adobe Photoshop before output to the printer. Calibration of equipment will also be covered along with the use of ICC profiles for proper color rendition on a variety of fine art paper surfaces. No previous computer experience is required. Prerequisite: (3 Credits)



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