An introduction to the historical, technical, operational and creative aspects of digital photography. The course focuses on the production of digital images and visual sequences that tell a story, communicate an idea, illustrate a theme, or convey a message. Techniques of planning, refining, capturing and enhancing images are explored in a computer lab setting. Hands-on experience with digital cameras and photographic imaging software is emphasized. Students will be expected to complete a series of assignments and create several portfolio images demonstrating their comprehension of the technical and aesthetic aspects of digital photography. Three class hours. Fulfills the MCC requirement for a Humanities course. 3 Credits.
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Fall Semester 2014
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