PGY 1800C. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY.
This course is an introduction to digital photography and the 'electronic darkroom'. The class will cover basic digital camera controls, lighting, composition, and hardware for the digital darkroom. Shooting, image editing, and desk top printing are covered. Requires a digital, manual SLR camera. Paper will be the student's responsibility. (Special Fee: $21.00).
PGY 2231. NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY.
Introduction to nature photography, encompassing the areas of wildlife, landscape, and macro photography. Students will learn to apply basic techniques of camera operation, effective use of tripods and flash, image composition, exposure control, and motion effects to natural subjects in outdoor settings. The course includes four field trips to local nature preserves and parks. Students will supply their own camera (a digital camera with moderate telephoto capability is recommended but not mandatory).
PGY 2401C. PHOTOGRAPHY I.
Introduction to black and white photography with emphasis upon use of camera, darkroom procedures of developing, printing, and study of visual design in photography. Student must supply a camera, which should have adjustable lens and shutter speeds, and some other materials. (Special Fee: $57.00).
PGY 2404C. PHOTGRAPHY II.
Prerequisite: PGY 2401C
Continuation of PGY 2410C with emphasis on imagery, content, and refinement of techniques of medium. (Special Fee: $57.00).
PGY 2930. SELECTED TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAHY.
SELECTED TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAHY
Prerequisite: Departmental approval.
Selected topics in photography based on the needs and areas of interest of the class and professor. May include laboratory and/or field work as part of the class. Multiple credit course. May be repeated for up to 3 hours of credit, but grade forgiveness cannot be applied.