Prerequisites: No Prerequisites.
In this course students learn the technical and aesthetic components of photography that affect the reading of a print. Through class assignments and critiques, students develop a working knowledge of photographic tools and processes, achieve a comfort level with entry-level digital cameras and processes, gain a basic understanding of the history and evolution of photography, become familiar with both contemporary and traditional methods of photographic expression, and engage critically and creatively with photography as a method for problem solving. Frequency:
This course is typically offered in both the fall and winter terms of every academic year, though scheduling may vary according to future term circumstances.