PHO 216: Environmental Portraiture
This intermediate level course provides the tools and techniques commonly encountered when producing work for retail, editorial, or illustrative portraiture on location. Several unique lighting techniques and strategies are implemented to produce photographs of people. Emphasis is placed on preparing all necessary resources, inclusive of models, props, and wardrobe. A basic command of business forms and ethical issues surrounding the production and publication of these images is also obtained.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; PHO 117 minimum grade "C-"
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