ART 3810: Digital Photography (3)

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An introductory studio course in digital photography emphasizing conceptual approaches and contemporary practices utilizing appropriate software. Students will become familiar with using the computer as a digital darkroom after having developed some proficiency in the traditional wet darkroom through the prerequisite introductory photography course. Topics covered include the use of digital cameras, scanning traditional film negatives, using the scanner as a camera, tone and color controls, image manipulation, alternative processes and image output. A student may accumulate a maximum of 9 credit hours in a series of directed studies in this course. Pre-requisite: All Area F courses and ART 3800