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PGY2151C Creative Photography

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3 credit hour(s) Spring
Prerequisite(s):   or  .
This course introduces students to advanced principles of art and technique to create photographic images. Students will use film and/or digital technologies to effectively communicate their ideas through course projects, including experimentation with orthochromatic film and digital negatives leading to alternative printing processes. Emphasis is on the manipulation of photo-based imagery culminating in a professionally published monograph containing a minimum of 20 photographic images created during the semester. Beyond the additional lab fee and camera expense, students will spend approximately $150 on supplies for the class. Students supply their own DSLR (digital single lens reflex) or 35mm SLR film cameras. Contact: 6 hours. Additional fee.

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