ARTS 3316: Intermediate Photography: Photoshop and Digital Imaging for Photographers I

Class Program
Credits 3
Course ID
Grading Basis
Course Component
This computer-based course introduces the process of digitally manipulating photographic images using Adobe Photoshop, the most complete and professional software for digital imaging. This course focuses on basic image and color enhancement; provides a proper foundation for any practice utilizing digital images; teaches good practices for refining digital images and show how digital media open up new possibilities of expression. Students must have access to and operating knowledge of a digital or film camera. Computer-imaging experience is helpful, but not necessary. Basic maneuvers to operate within a computer-based environment will be covered as needed. The digital lab is outfitted with a PC platform. Enrollment is limited. Prerequisite: ARTS 1305 or permission of the instructor.
ARTS 3316 Prerequisites: ARTS 2317