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ARTS.3610 Photography II (formerly 70.361)

Id: 006860 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


This is an intermediate course that will build on the experience of Photography I and further emphasize the medium as a complex cultural practice with its many approaches. Students will be asked to conceive, research and execute a long-term project as a culmination of the semester which will take a format of a photo book. Weekly instructions, lectures, demonstrations, and assignments are aimed at helping students further enhance their conceptual and technical skills, and to allow them to form their own vision and approach to the medium. Advanced digital camera and inkjet printing techniques will be taught along with the proper exhibition practices. Ideas related to contemporary, historical, and aesthetic concerns of the medium will be extensively explored. A meaningful portion of the course will be dedicated to reading, discussion, and critique of work in progress. Students are expected to be self-motivated and work independently.


ARTS.1610 Light & Lens, or ARTS..2610 Photography I.

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