PHO 117: Introduction to the Studio
This course is a comprehensive overview of the photographic studio workflow, inclusive of tungsten and strobe lighting systems. Students obtain a rudimentary command of techniques necessary to illuminate subject matter ranging from still life to portraits. Assignments investigate the technical and aesthetic issues encountered and resolved during the construction of images. Current computer hardware and software skills necessary to produce and manage images in a digital workflow are also garnered.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; PHO 111 minimum grade "C-"
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