Sep 29, 2022  
2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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23-3910 Photography Seminar


This course teaches students how to develop and shape a self-directed, long-term photography project designed to encourage students to work in a more independent manner and increase their expertise in seeing, editing and problem solving. Students learn to create work based on personal concerns and values as well as increase their capacity to speak and write articulately about their work. Students will also engage with professional practitioners in the field through lectures, writings, and in-class visiting lecturers to develop career strategies, discuss professional challenges, and place themselves in relation to contemporary photography practices. This course is open to all students meeting the pre-reqs, but for BFA students it is part of a two semester capstone experience, along with 23-3900 Senior Thesis.

3 Credits
WI
Requisites PREREQUISITES: 23-3202 Digital Imaging II  and 23-2310 Advanced Lighting 
Requirements 90 Enrolled Hours



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