The nature and character of photography; its use for communication and expression. Visual literacy and photography as a universal language. How concept, design, and execution of the photographic image are utilized in our culture.
Activities include: shooting and sharing photography projects, homework readings & writings, Internet research, exams, demonstrations, and discussing a variety of professional photographers images.
The use of small format cameras and digital work-flow is required. This is a
non-lab course. Field trips as required. Students must be able to arrange 4 hours of time per week for outside of class work.
Students should be able to comprehend and paraphrase academic reading materials associated with success degree applicable courses.