Instructor: Jack Bohlka
Digital Photography is designed to introduce students to the basics of digital photography and digital imaging with an emphasis on aesthetic, technical, and critical thinking skills. Students will examine the principles of light and color and the evolution of the devices that capture, store and produce images.
Through hands-on digital photography projects, students will use digital technology, hardware and software to take photographs, transfer the data to the computer, print and display the images. Projects will be critiqued by students in both technical and aesthetic terms of improvement to communicate ideas more effectively through photography.