PHOT 1050 - Basic Digital Photography and Imaging
3 credit hours
(Same as EMC 1050 .)
Introduces simple and multiple image photography, principles, methods, theory, and practice for both Photography majors and non-Photography majors. Explores digital camera anatomy, operating, and handling while discussing proper in-camera exposure, metering, focusing, shutter speeds, apertures, depth of field, and camera accessories. Basic principles of lighting, design, and image composition discussed. Digital darkroom techniques and image manipulation using tool such as Photoshop included. Emphasis placed on cameras with manual controls. Students required to own a digital camera with manual controls. Must have working knowledge of the Macintosh computer system.
Three-hour lecture plus up to three-hour lab per week.
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