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This is an advanced photography course intended for students who wish to develop their skills and understanding of the techniques and issues involved in photographing buildings and interiors. Lecture portions will introduce the work of various architectural photographers, to build an understanding of the issues and complexities of photographing the built environment. Students will develop their photographic skills using conventional 35mm, 4x5, and digital cameras, thus allowing comparison of the abilities and limitations of each. Digital image manipulation will also explored, as a means to adjust perspective, lighting and composition. Some class meetings will take place off-site for location shots.
|Prerequisites *||VS151 or AS151|
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