Design
 

Introduction to Digital Imaging

Introduction to Digital Imaging
Photographic digital imaging, including scanning, digital capture, color management, software instruction, print output, and archiving.
DESPH
120
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesDESPH 116; Photography pre-majors only.
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining DESPH 120
Course Outcomes: 

Camera Systems

Students will be able to apply entry-level, professional skills with professional digital and traditional camera systems, including those of small, medium, and large format.

Digital Workflow

Students will be able to apply entry-level, professional skills with digital workflow, including skills with relevant industry related software and working methods.

Two-dimensional Images

Students will be able to apply skills in two-dimensional image design and composition.

Adobe Photoshop

Students will be able to confidently and effectively use Adobe Photoshop for creative expression, efficient use of digital workflow, and making quality digital prints.

Digital Image Capture

Students will be able to implement the unique characteristics of digital image capture using digital cameras.

Film and Print Scanning

Students will be able to understand the fundamentals of successful film and print scanning in order to be comfortable working on most scanner platforms.