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ART 207: Intermediate Photography: Techniques and Aesthetics of Photography (3 credits)

Course Description

Basic techniques and esthetics of black and white photography; the camera as a tool for communication and self expression. Student must have a film camera with adjustable shutter speeds and aperture settings. Up to 6 credits applicable toward AA degree. (6 hours studio)

Pre-Requisite(s): Credit for ART 107 or consent of instructor.


Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Conceptualize an idea and translate it photographically into a visual form.
  • Use different black and white films and development procedures to convey and express different photographic aesthetics.
  • Express through refined photographic techniques your ideas, feelings and/or concepts.
  • Produce photographic prints that require proficient skill in darkroom techniques.

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