Digital Photography Level I
INTERNATIONAL PHOTO EXCURSION
Join UArts faculty for an exclusive photo excursion to Tuscany, Italy between the Spring and Summer semesters. This option is open to all photography students, and the 3.0 studio elective credits can be used toward the Digital Photography Level II program elective requirement. Join the Continuing Education mailing list here to keep up to date on program announcements and deadlines.
- Digital Photography I
Explore the fundamental principles, techniques and application of digital camera-based image making. Learn to capture images by selecting your exposure settings for aperture and shutter while simultaneously learning about manual metering, color balance and strong composition. This course employs a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, assignments, field trips and critiques. You must have your own digital camera with adjustable exposure and focus and the ability to capture in raw. Print output is the student's responsibility; the University's Imaging Lab is available for output. A FreedomPay card is required for use of Imaging Lab services.
- Digital Media for Photographers - Adobe Lightroom
This course provides an overview of Adobe Lightroom, a complete end-to-end software solution for both amateur and professional photographers. Providing a critical set of tools for digital imaging tasks, Lightroom helps photographers work faster and more efficiently with one image, a set of images or a large image library. Lightroom allows you to organize images and quickly make adjustments. In this course, learn how to productively work with Lightroom, import images and sort them for organization and efficiency. Also spend time with advanced developing techniques to adjust exposure, contrast and color of images. You'll learn to edit photos and discover advanced features to enhance workflow.
- Digital Photography II
If you have completed Digital Photography I or are comfortable with the use of a digital SLR camera (in manual mode), this course will allow you to expand your photographic competency and aesthetic sensibility while learning techniques to improve your work and build a greater understanding of advanced functions of the digital camera. The course stresses the development of a cohesive body of work, with the final goal a series of project-based photographs. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or equivalent experience.
- Digital Darkroom
Learn how to output artwork for digital media – websites, books, and service bureaus.
- Digital Fine Art Printing
Creating and printing physical photographs.
|Total Required||9.00||5 courses|
Digital Photography certificate students are required to own a digital SLR camera for use during the program.