PHTG 201 - Creative Photography
A course that builds on the student’s photographic technical skills in pursuit of creative photographic imaging including documentary, landscape and abstract photography, digital processing and digital black & white archival photographic printing including camera mechanics, exposure and colour balance fundamentals, scanning film and calculating resolution, colour spaces, conversion to grayscale and duo-tone, nature and quality of light, photographic formats and composition , photography of the landscape, documentary photography, abstract photography and digital archive black and white printing.
NOTE: While this course includes core photographic fundamentals it is designed for students who have completed an introductory course in photography. A digital camera is recommended. Students are responsible for the cost of digital printing. A film camera may be used but the student is responsible for timely off campus film processing.
Completion of 24 credits from First Year Studies or equivalents or consent of the Chair in consultation with the instructor.