FNAT 2443 - Intro to Digital Photography, 3 Credits

Level: Lower

Course Attributes: Gen Ed - The Arts, Liberal Arts and Science

Introduction to Digital Photography gives students fundamental skills for effectively recording travel, home, and work experiences. Using digital photography as a tool, students are encouraged to become more careful observers of the people, the landscape, the art, the architecture, and the culture that they encounter in their daily lives. The course concentrates on technical lectures and lab/studio time regarding the basic operation of a digital camera and the processing of images. Students develop an understanding of the elements that combine to create powerful visual images: subject matter, composition, color, and light. Through selected readings, assignments, lab/studio time, and critiques, students produce a written and visual final project for the course. Students are responsible for providing their own cameras, supplies, and image editing software.