ARTT 112 - Digital Photography for Fine Arts I
A general introduction to electronic still photography, beginning with traditional photographic and art concepts. Students explore image manipulation using personal computers supported by digital cameras and other available technologies. Students create a series of projects using the most advanced photo editing software available to create artistic images. Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory each week. Formerly AR 112.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Demonstrate the skills and awarness to engage in creative problem solving that synthesizes discipline knowledge and methodologies with information from different fields of study and/or global sources.
- Recognize and utilize elements of the visual language in developing creative solutions.
- Employ the appropriate skills necessary to complete projects with intention, a high degree of craftsmanship, and aesthetic principles.
- Communicate an understanding of visual literacy utilizing appropriate terminology and concepts.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the creative possibilities of digital imaging tools and software to produce fine art photographic images.
- Develop observational skills and apply them in written, oral, and photographic projects.
- Recognize and employ concepts of composition and design in the creation of digital images.
- Analyze and apply global historic and contemporary photographic theory in written, oral, and photographic projects.
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