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PHO 122: Film and Darkroom Photography

In this course, students explore the craft of creating high-quality B&W negatives and darkroom prints. Students will learn to use manual 35 mm and medium format film cameras, process B&W film, and print using traditional darkroom methods and materials. Prior photography experience is not required. Cameras are available for student check out to complete the course. The title of this course was previously Darkroom Techniques.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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