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Viewing: CPH 2301 : Digital Photography for Fine Art

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
CPH
2301
Digital Photography for Fine Art
DigitalPhotography for FineArt
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Studio Course
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This course is specifically designed for Fine Art and other non photographic majors who want to learn the fundamentals of digital photography. The class will cover all aspects of digital photography from proper use of cameras, how to properly scan both film and flatwork and how to use Adobe Photoshop CS 6 and Adobe Bridge CS 6 to edit and organize their work. There will be an emphasis on making fine prints using state of the art ink jet printers up to 44 inches wide. Students will be encouraged to explore how their photography fits into the content of their other work as well as how photographs can stand on their own. Current issues in photography will be explored through classroom discussions and critiques. There are no prerequisites and the class assumes no previous experience.

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