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ART 111 Overview

Photography is essentially the language of visual perception accomplished through the manipulation of light and time. This course will introduce historical events, visual concepts and basic technical digital and film methods that enable the beginning photographer to communicate visual impressions more effectively. Students will learn methods of black and white film photography that include SLR camera handling, image composition, film exposure, chemical processing, printmaking and presentation techniques. Individual and group discussion will facilitate historical, technical and aesthetic understanding of photography as a means for personal expression. Lab Fee Required.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • ART

Sections

Photographic Processes - 2020 Fall ART111

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course will introduce the language of visual perception as it is accomplished through the manipulation of light and time. Students will review historical events, visual concepts and basic photomechanical processes that enable beginning photographers to communicate their visual impressions more effectively. Students will learn methods of black-and-white film photography, including 35mm camera handling, film exposure, chemical processing, printmaking, and print presentation techniques. Individual and group discussions will facilitate historical, technical and aesthetic comprehension of photography as a means for personal expression. No prerequisites or prior experience is required.

Course Code:
ART 111 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M, W 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Face to Face

$100 fee;also meets in CFA 036

Main Campus