Introduction to Digital Photography
Introduction to Digital Photography PHO 193, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460 Ken Altobello This course is an introduction to the world of digital photography and the unique opportunities and challenges it presents. Confused about all of the settings on your camera? You will become proficient in the use of a digital camera, understanding how to control exposure through aperture and shutter settings. Learn basic photographic composition, basic editing with Adobe Photoshop, ISO, along with image sizing, what it means, and how it impacts the final result. Students must bring a 35mm digital camera that allows control and manipulation of exposure, instruction manual, and USB cord. Digital cameras that meet the requirement: Canon: Any EOS and Rebel digital camera; Fuji: Any Fine Pix “S” series; Kodak: Any “P” series; Nikon: Any “D” series; Olympus: Any “E” series; Panasonic: MMc‐L1K SLR; Pentax: Any K series; Sigma: SD‐14; Sony: Any DSLR‐A100 camera. Others may be applicable. This class counts towards the Digital Photography certificate.
Date & Time
- Weekly on Wednesday
- Sep 14, 2016 through Nov 16, 2016
- 6:00PM - 9:00PM