2019-2020 Residential Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 17, 2021  
2019-2020 Residential Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PHO 302 - Digital Photography II


This course builds on the skills acquired in Digital Photography I covering advanced techniques for color, contrast, and saturation control, as well as greater control in the printing of monochrome images using archival quality inkjet technology. Adjustment layers, advanced selection techniques, channels, and the use of type as well as masking techniques are presented. Photoshop controls open the possibility to go well beyond the traditional darkroom to enhance the detail in a negative or alter the color palette of a digital image. Digital camera controls including the use of histogram for precise exposure control and file format choices are discussed along with the advantages of using the camera RAW file format. Students are responsible to produce a body of work integrating the techniques learned in the class. Prerequisite: PHO205 Digital Photography I. PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENTS ONLY: STUDENTS MUST HAVE A DSLR CAMERA. PHO205 (3 Credits)



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