FA 170 - (CP) Basic Black and White Film Photography: Developing/Darkroom PrintingSemester Hours: 3
Billions of digital images are made every year, but it all begins here with black-and-white film, an effective means of image-making in the 21st century. Students will learn the fundamentals of 35mm film cameras and darkroom practice. This course offers a solid foundation in the technical and aesthetic vocabulary applicable to all forms of photography. Time in the darkroom also offers an appreciation for the simple beauty of the hand-made b&w print. A deeper understanding of light, metering, lenses, framing and capturing the moment, will allow students to create, not just take pictures. Assignments, critiques, visual presentations. Students must have an adjustable 35mm film camera capable of manual controls. Must purchase photographic supplies.
Lab fee additional. (Formerly Basic Photography.)
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