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ARTS 416 - Advanced Photography

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: ARTS 316
The course studies photography at the advanced level. Emphasis is placed on technical, aesthetic and conceptual development for the creation of a professional portfolio. Students develop a self-directed thematic body of photography. Students learn large format camera skills including shooting, film scanning and printing. Topics covered also include digital and/or darkroom image manipulation, studio and location lighting, writing within the discipline and professional presentation of artwork. A manual film camera and/or professional digital camera and gray card are required. A tripod and handheld light meter are recommended. This course, when taken concurrently with ARTS 404, will fulfill the upper-level Writing Designated in the Major (CWRM) requirement. This course may be repeated three times for credit. Six hours per week. Offered either semester. Additional fee required. May be taken for graduate-level credit.