Photo 3: Advanced Digital Projects
Advanced Digital Projects is an advanced studio art course in digital image-making concepts and techniques, allowing in-depth exploration of extended computer-based photo, large format and compositing projects. Digital imaging skills are advanced working with Adobe Creative Cloud’s latest advancements to Photoshop, Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw, and Lightroom. Aesthetic issues are balanced with technical aspects of production, promoted through research into both artistic concerns and specific skill sets tailored to individual projects. Class structure combines demonstration and tutorials with hands-on, project-based activities applying acquired techniques, and provides opportunity for in-class discussion, critiques and presentations. Students are expected to demonstrate time management skills, work independently and meet deadlines. Required for photography majors in the photo track. Prerequisites: PHV295 Photo I: Intro to Photography; PHV296 Photo 2: Digital Imaging or PHV201 Digital Photo Imaging or instructor signature. Open studio elective. Offered fall.
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.
Lincoln Adams has worked for nearly 20 years as an illustrator, storyboard artist and designer. His projects h...more
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