Course Info

FILM 265: Digital Still Photography (Formerly DC 225)

This course is an introduction to the history and aesthetics of still photography and to the concept of photography as a descriptive and interpretive artistic medium. Students will learn the fundamental concepts necessary to shoot, edit, manipulate, and print digital still photographs. Students will learn to scan, capture, correct and enhance digital images and prepare files for output on black and white and color printing devices. Introduces students to theories, terminology, and applications of digital imaging technologies. Students will acquire the knowledge needed to analyze and critique existing work. In addition, students will involve themselves in hands-on exercises with digital still photography, manipulation and printing. Demonstrations will facilitate learning software techniques and systems of working. Use of Adobe Photoshop will be extensively covered in this course. (FORMERLY DC 225)

Spring 2019-2020

Section: 601
Class number: 30051
Meeting time: TuTh 11:50AM - 1:20PM
Location: CDM 00922 at Loop Campus
Instructor: N/A

Fall 2019-2020

Section: 401
Class number: 15937
Meeting time: TuTh 3:10PM - 4:40PM
Location: 14EAS 00210 at Loop Campus