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Professional Photography (evening)

Professional Photography (evening)

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Already a working adult with time crunches? Do you want to sharpen your commercial edge or just follow your dreams? You can get expert instruction in our evening classes and work with a group of dedicated students who continue to build their skills through this program.

Beginning Professional Photography

Course Number: PHOTO 220A-B-C-D
Units: 2-2-2-2
Class: 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite for 220A: Photo 70: Introduction to Digital Photography
Prerequisite for 220B: Photo 220A (Beginning Pro)
Prerequisite for 220C: Photo 220B (Beginning Pro)
Prerequisite for 220D: Photo 220C (Beginning Pro)
Description: Development of digital capture and processing skills. Introduction to new tools for lighting and light modification, simple sets and methods. We also improve file management and amendment for their delivery as finished products. Production of photos from personal to commercial growth.

Fall Semester. Will be given in combination with Photo 230 on Wednesday evenings by Franklin Avery. Both levels will be given specific instructional support for their respective levels. (Spring Semester times to be determined)

 

Intermediate Professional Photography

Course Number: PHOTO 230A-B-C-D
Units: 2-2-2-2
Class: 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite for 230A: Photo 220D (Beginning Pro)
Prerequisite for 230B: Photo 230A (Intermediate Pro)
Prerequisite for 230C: Photo 230B (Intermediate Pro)
Prerequisite for 230D: Photo 230C (Intermediate Pro)

Description: Intermediate level technical assignments: Use of digital capture, studio lighting, and colored filters for fashion-portraiture, graphic arts, and photojournalism; editorial photography; techniques for production of the photographic image in-camera and through the digital process.

Will be given in combination with Photo 220 on Wednesday evenings by Franklin Avery. Both levels will be given specific instructional support for their respective levels.