Color Photography: History and Practice (PHO4266.01)

Jonathan Kline

This course offers students the opportunity to explore the history of color photography and to research a wide range of work from the 20th & 21st centuries. Working with either analog or digital capture, students will solve a series of creative assignments and conclude the term by producing a final portfolio of personal work that demonstrates sustained inquiry and engagement. Readings, films, research included.

Learning Outcomes:
-become competent with analog color capture, processing, and scanning in three film formats: 35mm, medium and large format.
-become familiar with hi-res digital capture and optimizing image processing using Sony a7 IV Mirrorless Camera.
-learn about past and present practitioners using color exclusively in their photographic practice.
-use imagination to solve creative assignments.
•engage with peers to make observations, give and take feedback on work in progress.
•recognize their shared role in cultivating an engaging, respectful learning community.

Delivery Method: Fully in-person
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Photography Foundations, either digital or analog. Permission of the instructor (email
Course Level: 4000-level
Credits: 4
Tu 2:10PM - 5:50PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Course Frequency: Every 2-3 years

Categories: 4000 , All courses , Four Credit , Fully In-Person , Photography
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