ARTS 3365 - Photography II
3 sem. hrs. An intermediate studio course using digital cameras and image manipulation software. Prior completion of ARTS 2356 is required.
This course will enhance and expand skills developed in Photography I. It is geared toward informing students in the many ways we can make photographs; by seeking them out, framing them, forming them, extracting them, building them, and finally sequencing and presenting them. Students will engage in the theory and practice of photography, refine their photographic technique, and create a conceptually devised and technically consistent portfolio. Emphasis is placed on the development of a strong conceptual foundation from which to approach the making and understanding of photography as an art form. This knowledge will be achieved through photographic assignments, slide lectures of relevant works, and in-class critiques. It can be repeated twice for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 2356 . Co-requisite: SMTE 0097 Art Student Safety Seminar .
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