Humanities Arts Cultural Stu 0211 - Photography Workshop I : Using 35mm Film and printing in the Darkroom
Photography Workshop I
01:00PM-03:50PM TU;06:00PM-07:20PM TH;06:00PM-07:20PM M
Jerome Liebling Center 131;Jerome Liebling Center 201;Jerome Liebling Center 201
Photography Workshop I: Using 35mm Film and printing in the Darkroom. This offering of Photography Workshop I will introduce students to current practices in film based B&W photography. We will cover all the basics of camera skills, framing and composition, working with ambient and artificial lighting, editing, printing, and sequencing photographic series. Students will choose to work with 35mm or medium format analog cameras to complete their assignments and projects. Some digital hybrid practices will also be introduced. Labs will cover mostly analog workflows limited to monochrome applications. In tandem with these technical approaches, we will examine historic and contemporary photographic practices and photographers. Through readings, discussions, and critiques, students will learn how to critically read and interpret photographs while developing meaningful photographic work. We will explore themes and image-making approaches reflective of the interests of course participants. KEYWORDS:Photography, 35mm Film, Darkroom
Students are expected to spend a minimum of 6-8 hours of work outside of class time per week Lab/Materials fee:$65.00
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.