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Oct 20, 2015 by emauro
FA 1502 : Color Photography
Tue, 20 Oct 2015 08:22:57 GMT
Sun, 27 Sep 2015 15:33:57 GMT
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Fine Arts (FA)
Programs referencing this course
AHFA-BA: Art History and Fine Arts
FA-BA: Fine Arts
FA-MINOR: Fine Arts
GD-MINOR: Graphic Design
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
FA 2511 : Photography: Abstraction versus Representation
FA 2512 : Photography: Altered Landscapes
FA 2513 : Photography: From Photograms to Scanograms
FA 2531 : Photography: Contemporary Issues
FA 2611 : Video Art and Time-based Media
FA 2612 : Video: Remixing the Archive
FA 2613 : Site and Sound
FA 3501 : Special Topics: Photography
FA 3901 : Special Topics: Fine Arts
FA 3911 : Collaborative Practices: Social Practices of Art
FA 3912 : The Cinematic in Contemporary Art
FA 6901 : Special Topics in Fine Arts
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art/Fine Arts (FA)
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FA 1042 - Color Photography
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Explanation and Description of Fees
Lab fees cover shared materials and consumables used by the course as well as independent access to software.
These vary by studio area but include costs such as model fees, lumber and ground materials for certain projects, computer software access for all students, printer ink, and darkroom chemicals.
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Introduction to the materials and processes of color photography. Color theory, exposure techniques, film scanning, digital color correcting, and printing. The use of color as a means of visual communication and creative expression. Materials fee.
1. Define and explain technical information, camera operations, image editing, and archival inkjet printing procedures covered in reading assignments, lectures, and hands-on activities on the technical exam. 2. Properly expose assigned number of images capable of producing high quality prints and archive the files for review by instructor. In the review we will evaluate technical quality, as well as judge the composition/aesthetic quality of the images relative to the assignment. 3. Produce the assigned number of high technical quality prints that demonstrate an understanding of basic design principles, ability to capture interesting quality of light, and successfully display a unique perspective within the assigned parameters of each project. 4. Compare and contrast high technical quality versus low technical quality prints, evaluate the aesthetic and compositional quality of individual and small groups of prints, and be able to verbally communicate the visual strengths and weaknesses of one’s own and other students’ prints during group and individual critiques in a critical and objective way. 5. Creatively complete a final portfolio of technically proficient prints that meet a high level of aesthetic and compositional quality. The final portfolio must demonstrate the student’s understanding of the contemporary context within which his/her portfolio exists and the historical traditions of photographic practice that inform his/her practice.
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FA 1502 Color Photo sample.docx
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Former FA1042 - the content of this course is not changing - just the number. so course should remain GPAC
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