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    Goucher College
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue
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ART 201 - Photography I (4 Cr.)

(COM 201 ) (LER - ARC)
This course will introduce the basic concepts of camera vision and black and white photographic materials. The chief goal of the course is to provide you with technical skills and visual theory to produce photographs that reflect your interests and your view of the world. You will learn to operate all the major controls of film and digital cameras, expose negatives accurately, and produce a range of black and white prints. Through lectures, demonstrations, readings, and discussions, you will be encouraged to pursue your own ideas and interest in response to assignments. This course is designed for students with previous experience and for beginners with no experience. Prerequisite: ART 102  or sophomore standing. Students must have their own 35mm film camera, some assignments give students the option to work with a digital camera. Fall semester, repeated spring semester. Burns, and program faculty.



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