Photo: Alternative Processes
Course No. PHV 291-391-491 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Mary Jo Toles
Prerequisite(s) Photo I: Mechanics of Digital + Darkroom Photography | Digital Photo Imaging I | Digital Photo Imaging I
This course investigates the historical processes, contemporary practices, and concepts of alternative photography. This includes non-silver techniques, hand-applied emulsions, chemical, digital and hybrid processes for photographic imaging. Processes demonstrated may include Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, Wet Plate Collodion, Platinum-Palladium, Liquid Emulsion and silver and non-silver toning options. Large format negatives for non-silver processes are generated using conventional film cameras, paper and digital negatives as well as photogram and pinhole photography. This course is project-based, involves research and experimentation, and is conducted through hands-on demos and instructional workshops. Open Studio Elective. Recommended for Photography majors. Prerequisites: PHV 295 Photo I: Mechanics of Digital + Film Photography; PHV301 Digital Photo Imaging I, or instructor signature.
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