Photographic Language

Photographic Language
Photographs as a form of visual communication. Finding your own visual voice. Exploration of how craft and medium affect the message. Darkroom and wet photography practice.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesDESPH 116 & DESPH 240 & DESPH 270; Photography BFA acceptance only.
 NoteLab required.
 ProgramsContaining DESPH 273
Course Outcomes: 

Zone System

Students will be able to apply advanced black and white techniques of the Zone System, including large format camera techniques.

Critical Thinking and Decision Making

Students will be able to apply critical thinking and decision making techniques and demonstrate the intellectual skills that are necessary in controlling the photographic process.

Advanced Exposure and Film/Print Controls

Students will be able to apply advanced exposure and development controls of film and prints, including the presentation skills associated with the fine photographic print.