Digital Photo Imaging I
Course No. PHV 301 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Mary Jo Toles
This course is an introduction to the technical and aesthetic fundamentals of digital photographic imaging. This studio course is designed for students interested in working with digital imagery for various applications. Students use the computer to modify, manipulate, or to enhance photographic images. Emphasis is placed on consideration of the hardware and software tools required for successfully capturing, manipulating, and exporting images, as well as an understanding of the technical issues involved in each step of the production process. Required for Photography majors. Open Studio Elective.
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