Digital Photography I
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Area of Study
(Also listed as ART 1900) Goals: To develop fundamental abilities in photography including mastering technical vocabulary, understanding of the photographic process, managing digital files, basic photo editing and adjustment, printing techniques. Content: Technical vocabulary and required skills, parts of the camera, understanding camera controls and options, framing a shot, shooting successfully in different conditions. Participants will also gain knowledge of the history of the development of photography and practice in analyzing and critiquing photographic images. Taught: Annually, fall and spring Note: Students with extensive experience in Digital Photography should contact the Department for a portfolio review to see if their work qualifies them for a 3000 level photography course. Credits: 4
Stenzel, Steven, "DMA1410-01.Digital Photography I.F16.Stenzel,Steven" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 11399.