PHOT 2050 - Basic Black and White Photography
3 credit hours
Black and white chemistry-based darkroom printing and film processing. Introduces the fundamentals of photographic practice and procedures combined with aesthetics, theories of visual perception, and photographic vision. Emphasis placed upon the in-camera exposure, development of black and white film, the traditional silver print, conceptual theory, problem solving, and portfolio presentation. Class format includes demonstrations, lab work, assignments, and critiques. Students responsible for providing a 35mm roll film camera with interchangeable lenses and manual controls and darkroom supplies for the class.
Three-hour lecture plus up to three-hour lab per week.
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