Spring 2017 Barbara Stewart Scholarship Winner and Honorable Mentions

Light as Subject
Winners on display in the Visual Arts Building Courtyard

Winner ($250 scholarship):
Marissa Santini

Honorable Mentions:
Min Jae Lee
Jakov Leskur
Dania Meza
Joshua Oakley

Slideshow of all entries:


$250 Barbara Stewart Memorial Scholarship Spring 2017 – Entries due April 22, 2017

What is the Barbara Stewart Scholarship?

• It is a scholarship established in memory of the late and beloved Barbara Stewart, a City College ESL instructor and photography enthusiast. Each semester a Beginning Photography student is awarded a $250 merit scholarship in her honor.

Who may enter?

Open to all currently enrolled Photo 51 students.

Is there a theme or subject?

Yes, the theme this semester is Light as Subject.

What may I submit?

• Students may submit one photograph in digital form only.

What are the submission requirements?

Images should be original size – do not reduce the size. JPEG format only!

File names must be in this format: first_lastname_ph51-<your section#>.jpg. For example: sally_student_ph51-001.jpg No spaces or punctuation other than – or _

Student’s name must be included as Creator in the file metadata and his/her email address must also be included in the metadata. Submissions without this information will not be considered!

How do I submit?

Files should be uploaded using this link:
https://www.dropbox.com/request/f4FNnJxND6V1zSeS2e9T

Submissions must be received no later than 9:00 pm on April 22, 2017.

Still have questions?

Ask your Instructor or a Lab Supervisor for assistance or
Contact Steven Raskin at sraskin@ccsf.edu

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CCSF Photo Register Now for Spring 2015

Featured Class PHOT90 “Portraiture”

CCSF is open and accredited Spring 2015- your units are good for life and will always transfer. Have you registered yet for a photography class? Registration is open! Save your seat now – classes start January 12, 2015.

1. Visit our website and look at our schedule of classes: http://www.ccsf.edu/Schedule/Fall/photography.shtml . Visit our website to see our degree and certificates of completion: www.ccsf.edu/photo

2. Follow the admissions process if you haven’t yet: http://www.ccsf.edu/en/educational-programs/class-schedule/enrollment_made_simple.html

3. Register for your classes.

Classes which don’t require pre-reqs are PH100 “Design Fundamentals”, PH51 “Beginning Photography”, PH50A or PH50B Photo History, PH52 “Photographers and Their Images”. After completing PH100 and PH51 you can move on toward more advanced applied classes in following semesters.

If you have previous experience please contact our department secretary to take a challenge test to waive pre-requisites or make an appointment with the department chair so you that can register for advanced classes. Dept Secretary: Joanne Bilodeau, (415) 452-5173, jbilodea@ccsf.edu.

For other questions feel free to give us a call or visit our website: www.ccsf.edu/photo or (415) 239-3422.


It’s Not Too Late to Register for Spring 2014

ccsfphoto_flyerCCSF PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT Register now for Spring 2014
City College of San Francisco
W W W . C C S F . E D U / P H O T O
Affordable tuition • all classes at the Ocean campus
Download a schedule of ClassesRegister Today

The City College of San Francisco’s Photography Department is one of the oldest and largest programs in the country started in 1939. We offer a broad selection of classes including but not limited to Digital Photography & Imaging, History and Aesthetics of Photography, Advanced B&W Darkroom Techniques, Studio Lighting, Ambient & Outdoor Lighting, Mixed Media Processes, Documentary Photography and Business Practices of Photography.

Our faculty and staff consist of experienced professionals who create an environment that encourages creativity, technical aptitude and critical thinking. Whether your interest is as a commercial photographer, enthusiast, fine artist or transfer student we provide the guidance to help you achieve your goals.

THE PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM OFFERS
Associate of Science
The Program is designed so that students may satisfy the requirements of graduation from the College. The program adviser of the Photography Department will help students who desire to plan special programs of study.

Photography Certificates of Completion
The college is in the process of reviewing a number of certificates of accomplishments. Currently enrolled students as well as past students may apply for them.

Transfer to public and private four year Colleges and Universities. Most students successfully transfer at the Junior Level


$250 Barbara Stewart Memorial Scholarship Spring 2013 – Entries due 4/25

First Place Fall '12: Adrienne Johnson "Light as Subject"

Fall ’12 Winner: Adrienne Johnson

What is the Barbara Stewart Scholarship?

  • It is a scholarship established in memory of the late and beloved Barbara Stewart, a City College ESL instructor and photography enthusiast. Each semester a Beginning Photography student is awarded a $250 merit scholarship in her honor.

Who may enter?

  • Open to all currently enrolled Photo 51 students.

Is there a theme or subject?

  • Yes, the theme this semester is Self Portrait.

What may I submit?

  • Students may submit one “piece” consisting of one or no more than two photographs. Each submission will be viewed and judged as a single piece, so if you submit two images, they will be considered only as a pair. You may, of course, choose to submit a single photo.

What are the submission requirements?

      • Images should be no less than 1280 pixels on their long side. JPEG format only! Largest jpg is preferred.
      • File names must be in this format: first_lastname_ph51-<section#>.jpg. For example: sally_student_ph51-001.jpg     No spaces or punctuation other than – or _
      • If 2 files are submitted, they should have sequence numbers 1 & 2 as well.
        sally_student_ph51-001_2.jpg

Student’s name must be included as Creator in the file metadata and contact information – phone and/or email must also be included in metadata. Submissions without this information will not be considered!

How do I submit?

  • Files should be uploaded to the Barbara Stewart drop box on the Photography Server.
  • Submissions must be received no later than 9:00 pm on April 25.

Still have questions?

  • Ask your Instructor or a Lab Supervisor for assistance or
  • Contact Steven Raskin at sraskin@ccsf.edu

Previous Barbara Stewart Memorial Scholarship Recipients:
Fall 2012

Scholarship Recipient: Adrienne Johnson
Honorable Mentions:
Oxana Tocareva
Denise Maianson
Timofei Osipenko
Annette Little

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Photography Courses Still Open For Spring ’13

As of this week – the following sections still have seats available for Spring. Remember that if you have questions about a class – you may email the Instructor of record. Here is a list of our faculty and staff and their contact information. Visit the full schedule of classes – which start January 14, 2013. If you do not meet the pre-requisite requirements but believe you have equivalent skills you may schedule a challenge test with the department secretary or make an appointment and bring in your equivalent college transcripts to the chair.

© PH51 "Beginning Photography"

PH51 “Beginning Photography”

PHOT51: Beginning Photography with Lightroom

Lec-3, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
A basic course introducing photographic capture, processing and output practices. Introduction to small format cameras including both film and digital; exposure calculations, film and digital capture, scanning, digital printing, and presentation techniques. This course explores both the technical and aesthetic aspects of photography. No pre-requisites required. UC/CSU
31891 005 L/L    R  09:10-12:00PM       Massalski, A      
                 R  01:10-04:00PM
31271 007 L/L  T    11:10-02:00PM       Raskin, S          
                T    03:10-06:00PM      Raskin, S
Delbridge-lecture-posterPHOT 52 Photographers and Their Images (1)
 
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
Repeat: max. 2 units
Professional photographers present and discuss their work in both technical and aesthetic terms. This is a unique opportunity for photography students to meet world renowned photographers and discuss topics in a question and answer format. CSU. A course not to be missed – visit our past lecturers. Meets all of the six mondays listed below. No pre-requisites required.
FIRST date for the lecture series is JAN 14th
Meets in Conlan Hall E-101
30847 591 Lec M     06:40-09:30PM 01/14-01/14   Berman, M
              M     06:60-09:30PM 01/28-01/28             
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              M     06:40-09:30PM 03/18-03/18
PH60A "Beginning Photoshop"

PH60A “Beginning Photoshop”

PHOT 60A Beginning Photoshop (2)

Lec-2, lab-1, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: GRPH 25 OR CS 100M or MMSP 120  or PH51 or demonstration of exit skills.
A beginning level lecture/lab course introducing the student to Photoshop. Technical aspects of digital photography will be emphasized. This emphasis includes demonstration of the software and hardware necessary for a photographer to succeed in the contemporary photographic marketplace. Students will complete lab exercises in class as well as assignments to be completed outside of class time. CSU. See the virtual gallery of student work.
32320 001 L/L   R  02:10-05:00PM           Raskin, S                 
31392 501 L/L   W   06:10-09:00PM
© Philip Maisel

© Philip Maisel

PHOT 60B Intermediate Photoshop (3)

Lec-2, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PHOT 51, 60A; and DSGN 101 or GRPH 21 or demonstration of exit skills.
An intermediate level lecture/lab course for students to expand their capabilities in Photoshop. Intermediate techniques in the manipulation, alteration and enhancement of digital photography will be emphasized. This in-depth exploration of the digital photograph will provide the student with skills to create their own expressive images and explore the various electronic methods of output. Students will integrate the technical resources that are available to them in preparation for a rapidly changing field. Class demonstrations, projections and critiques of student work will be used. Students will complete lab exercises in class. CSU. See the virtual gallery of student work and Professor website.
                
 30852 001 L/L M   03:10-06:00PM          Gentry, E         
               W   03:10-05:00PM
©Aaron Sorber, PH67 "Digital Negatives for Darkroom Printing"

©Aaron Sorber, PH67 “Digital Negatives for Darkroom Printing”

PHOT 67 Digital Negatives for Darkroom Printing (3)

Lec.-3, lab-1
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PHOT 51 and PHOT 60A  or demonstration of exit skills. ADVISE: PHOT 81A and PHOT 86 or demonstration of exit skills.
Creation of inkjet film negatives from digital files for use in a traditional darkroom. Students will perfect their negatives in the digital realm, output them using digital techniques and then print them using traditional, historical and alternative printing methods in the darkroom. See the virtual gallery of student work and Professor website. CSU
32691 001 Lec   W   09:10-01:00PM            Gentry, E
4x5gallery01PHOT 81B Advanced Black and White Darkroom Techniques (4)
Lec-3, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PHOT 81A and DSGN 101 or demonstration of exit skills
Repeat: Max. 8 units
An intensive exploration of the controls and materials of the black and white photographic process. Emphasis on fine printing, optimization of the negative and archival processing procedures, and an analysis of films, papers and developer combinations. CSU
30858 001 L/L M 12:10-03:00PM & W 12:10-03:00PM       Degani, N
PH85A "Beginning Lighting"

PH85A “Beginning Lighting”

PHOT 85A Beginning Lighting Techniques (4)

Lec-3, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PHOT 51 or demonstration of exit skills.
ADVISE: PHOT 53, 55, 83, and DSGN 101 (concur.)
Through demonstration and hands-on experience students explore the basic and technical use of ambient, tungsten and electronic flash illumination as it is used in photography. Students will work with a variety of lighting equipment and accessories. CSU
 30861 001 L/L M     09:10-12:00PM      Berman, M          
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 30862 501 L/L M     06:10-09:00PM      McAteer, R        
               W     06:10-09:00PM
PH86 "Mixed Media"

PH86 “Mixed Media”

PHOT 86 Mixed Media and the Photographic Image (3)

Lec-2, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PHOT 81A and DSGN 101 or demonstration of exit skills
ADVISE: PHOT 53.
Repeat: max. 6 units
An exploration of the photographic image, exposing students to the concept of manipulation of the original to reveal forms of expression which are unattainable through straight photography. Emphasis will be given not only to established non-silver processes, but also to the integration of more contemporary mediums. CSU
30867 001 L/L    W   01:10-03:00PM       Spragens, G       
                 W   03:10-06:00PM
© Judy Walgren PH52 "Photographers and their Images"

© Judy Walgren PH52 “Photographers and their Images”

PHOT 102B Documentary/News Photography (2)

Lec-2, lab-1
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
PREREQ.: PH51 and DSGN 101 or demonstration of exit skills. An exploration of photojournalism and documentary photography as applied to newspaper and magazine work, photo essay assignments and book projects. Legal and business issues, including fund raising and grant writing to support extended projects. Captioning and writing text to accompany photographic work. Mastering of story format using a variety of photo equipment and materials including location lighting, available light photography. CSU
                                    
 33041 501 L/L  T    06:10-09:00PM     Light, K
Murals by John Carr, PH86 "Mixed Media"

Murals by John Carr, PH86 “Mixed Media”

PHOT 130 Portfolio Production (3)

Lec-3, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available

Prereq.: DSGN 101 and PHOT 81B or 85B or 90 or 93 or 60B

Repeat.: max. 6 units
Students will produce a portfolio to begin the process of preparing them for a professional photography career, photographic gallery exhibition, or transfer to a four-year institution. The class will address technical and aesthetic issues as well as portfolio presentation and marketing strategies. CSU
32321 501 L/L M     06:10-09:00PM          Nishihira, R              
              W     06:10-09:00PM
2DSGN 101 Design Fundamentals (3)
Lec-3, lab-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
ADVISE: ESL 150 or ENGL 92
Repeat: max. 6 units
A visual design course, covering the theories, processes, vocabulary, techniques and skills common to design disciplines. Practical application of knowledge through individual and group exercises and projects. UC/CSU
                                
 32981 006 L/L M W   09:10-12:00PM                         Shimm, A          
                                                           Yung, R                                
 32561 553 L/L  T R  06:30-09:20PM                         Comacchio, E       
                                                           McAteer, R
DSGN 105 Survey of Collaborative Design (3)
Lec-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
A survey of influences and forces throughout history that drive change in design. Focus will be given to how collaborative processes lead to change. Students will research, analyze, and discuss design case studies. UC/CSU
 32563 003 Lec     F 10:10-01:00PM                         Degani, N          Deadlines       Book


Beginning Photography Summer 2012

Summer School is alive at CCSF PHOTO starting July 2, 2012! Jeff Weston will teach Beginning Photography (PH51) with Lightroom, MWF 9-11:45 (lecture) & MWF 12:15-3:00 (lab). To register visit www.ccsf.edu! Tell all your friends!