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Digital Photography (13680)


with Kiera Reese

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 29, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 16 weeks

VRTS 140C - Digital Photography
Thursdays, 1:00-3:00 pm; Little Hall, Room 205;   3 credits

This course addresses digital camera operation, a variety of file types, digital photo editing and printing procedures. Digital camera capabilities will be learned through a series of project-based assignments, lectures, demonstrations, and critiques. Formal emphasis is placed on the creative use of camera controls, composition, exposure, digital imaging software (including Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop®) and an awareness of critical issues in contemporary photography. Scanning and printing techniques will also be included. Students are required to provide their own digital camera and media cards for storing image files. The camera must be capable of full manual control and capturing RAW files. Although all work can be accomplished on campus computers, a laptop computer suitable for viewing/editing images and Adobe Photoshop software will facilitate additional work outside of the scheduled lab time (but is not required).

Introduction to Photoshop (13681)


with Mark Bolton

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 29, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 16 weeks

VRTS 193C - Introduction to Photoshop
Mondays, 1:00-3:50 pm; Little Hall, Room 205;    3 credits

This course is structured to introduce students to the powerful tools of Photoshop for manipulating digital images, photomontage and page layout applications. The course topics cover Photoshop tools, photo corrections, working with selections, and layer basics. The use of masks and channels, typographic design, and vector drawing techniques are also covered. In addition, assignments will include advanced compositing, basic video editing, digital painting and working with 3D images/text. Textbook and portable media storage device required. (Prerequisite: working knowledge of Microsoft Windows environment)

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