Photography Foundations: Analog (PHO2136.01)

Jonathan Kline

This course allows students to explore the practice of photography using analog cameras and black and white film. Students will acquire basic skills in 35mm camera handling, light meters and exposure, film development, and making enlargements in the wet labs. In addition, the class will research the formal and socio-political content of contemporary practitioners working globally today. Class time will include technical demonstrations and group critiques, as well as slide presentations and discussions of assigned readings. Students will be asked to complete a series of creative assignments, research a photographer, and complete a final self-directed project which will allow them to creatively demonstrate their conceptual and technical skills as they explore their own questions and concerns.

Learning Outcomes:
this course aims to help each student:
• become familiar with contemporary photographers working globally.
• become competent with both analog capture, analog printing and film scanning.
• 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
Course Level: 2000-level
Credits: 4
M 1:40PM - 5:20PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Course Frequency: Every Term

Categories: 2000 , All courses , Four Credit , Fully In-Person , Photography
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