New Class for Fall 2013! PHOT 81D Intermediate Photography; Digital class

This class is not yet on the online schedule, but keep an eye out for it!

PHOT 81D Intermediate Photography; Digital class
Fall 2013, T/R 12:00-3:00 pm
prerequisite: PHOT 51
Taught by Steven Raskin

DESCRIPTION:
A digital photography course advancing the technical and creative concepts introduced in Beginning Photography. Topics include: Digital camera configurations, exposure control, workflow management, nondestructive editing, image manipulation and enhancement, archiving, printing options, and presentation. Discussions on visual literacy and contemporary photography as well as review of student work are integral.

Upon completion of this course a student will be able to:

  • Configure and use advanced functions of DSLR cameras.
  • Compare file formats and the attributes of RAW capture.
  • Apply color management and 8 bit/16 bit editing.
  • Contrast the differences between parametric and pixel editing.
  • Utilize advanced RAW processor capabilities to optimize, correct, and creatively alter images.
  • Utilize workflow techniques to organize, process, and output images using Lightroom, Photoshop, and a combination of both.
  • Demonstrate printing and print-finishing techniques.
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6 Comments on “New Class for Fall 2013! PHOT 81D Intermediate Photography; Digital class”

  1. Caio says:

    Will this class be mandatory for the A.S. degree / major?
    Will this class be a pre-requisite for other classes, such as intermediate photoshop?

  2. Guymond K. Louie says:

    I just completed Photo 51 and immensely enjoyed the class and am most interested in taking this new class. However, I notice that you have the class slotted for the 12:00PM-3PM which is most difficult for people who have day time jobs. Is there anyway that you can either have it slotted for an evening class or early morning class? Let me know.

    Thanks,

    -Guymond Louie

  3. Laura Loo says:

    I wish this class could be taught in the evening…. I am a full time working adult and is impossible to me to attend a day class. Can you please consider this for the Spring 2014 schedule? the same for the Outdoor Lighting class.

    Thank you!


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