Introduction to Color Photography
In this course students investigate color aesthetics and techniques, learning how to make photographs that have strong color, composition, and impact. Topics include camera exposure, using color negative and transparency films, lighting situations, lab quality control, contact sheets, and color printing. Demonstrations and discussion include darkroom techniques such as color correcting, print exposure, print manipulation, and the use of instant and alternative color materials. One-on-one critiques encourage students to establish a foundation for the expression of a personal vision.
Prerequisite: Basic camera and darkroom skills.
First class materials: TBD
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