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This course introduces students to photography using digital cameras and Adobe Photoshop. Students will learn techniques of digital image acquisition, and manipulation of the images on the computer. Photography basics are covered similarly to courses on traditional analog photography but the darkroom will be replaced with digital techniques to manipulate and fine-tune the images. The course will study a variety of output options, from printing to paper and computer-generated slides, to entirely electronic presentation means. Students will be introduced to theoretical and historical issues surrounding digital imaging.
|Prerequisites *||VS151 or AS151|
|Fall, Spring, Summer|
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