ART 314 - Applied Arts: Traditional Darkroom Photography
A general history of how an image is ‘captured’ from the visual arts to silhouettes, pinhole cameras, 35mm film, and digital imaging. Camera settings, composition, and developing film along with the various printing processes used in the ‘wet lab’ will show the creative solutions to each assignment. Research topics will include historical techniques and photographers plus contemporary techniques and photographers. Text required. 35mm camera required (or may be borrowed from the department).
Offered each semester.
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