Contemporary Color Photography: Theory + Practice
Course No. PHV 225-325-425 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Barry Underwood
This course is designed to investigate the contemporary applications of color in photography while developing a working knowledge of color theory in relationship to photographic practice. The course includes a wide range of color-based techniques and an exploration of subtractive and additive color as they pertain to digital and chemical photographic processes. The interaction between light, pigmentation, and photographic materials will also be covered and realized in production of an in-depth color technical notebook. Required for photography majors in the photo track. Open Elective.
Photography major Emma Howell '14 built a camera that prints images on handblown glass. Wired.com published this feature story on Howell's remarkable achievement.
Mary Jo Toles
Professor of Photography and Digital Imaging at the Cleveland Institute of Art, Toles has contributed in her f...more
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