PHOT 265 - Advanced Color/Black and White Imaging
Exposes students to the contemporary and traditional use of color and black and white imaging and printing techniques. This involves color theory applications, tonal control and advanced metering functions derived from the concepts and practices of traditional film photography. Current Image editing software will continue to be explored for advanced features as they relate to the outcomes of this course. Students will develop strategies for producing a printed fine art color and black and white portfolios utilizing some of the highest quality fine art papers on the market. PREREQUISITE(S): PHOT 201 or consent of department. Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Formerly PG 265.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Configure advanced settings in a digital camera to ensure the best image capture possible.
- Analyze and discuss the emotional content and intention for both color and black and white images and verbally express an understanding of these concepts.
- Use the latest printing technology to output images on high quality fine art papers and metal panels that have been custom profiled resulting in works suitable for gallery exhibitions and art collectors.
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