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PHOT 320 Alternative Photographic Processes This course explores a variety of nonsilver photographic printmaking and print-manipulation processes that depart from the more prevalent black-and-white, color and digital approaches. Processes covered may include hand-applied color, iron salt printing, gum printing, albumen printing, platinum and palladium printing, and others. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 114, PHOT 220.


PHOT 321 Advanced Color Printmaking This upper-level elective is designed to allow students to pursue and resolve ideas and techniques introduced in Color Photography. Although emphasis is placed on advanced color printing techniques and aesthetics, students are encouraged to pursue their own personal directions using appropriate tools and techniques. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 206.


PHOT 323 The Contemporary Landscape This course focuses on various philosophical, aesthetic and technical approaches to photographing the con- temporary, human-altered landscape. Through slide lectures, field trips, supervised lab work and in-depth critiques, students are expected to increase their awareness of how their own personal responses to the landscape relate to those of other photographers dealing with the same contemporary issues. Materials and format are open, but students taking this course should have a working knowledge of black-and-white, color, and large-format photography. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 206, PHOT 220.


PHOT 324 Documentary Photography This course introduces experienced black-and-white photographers to the documentary/journalistic branch of photography. Areas covered include history, major forms, styles, practitioners, techniques and practices of this important use of the medium. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 115.


PHOT 325 The Picture Story This course offers the opportunity to expand skills in the area of photojournalism through hands-on experience in completing both spot news and short- and long-term essay assignments. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 324.


PHOT 326 Advanced Black-and-white Printmaking This course examines the issues and materials involved in the evolution of a personal style of expressive black-and-white printmaking. Areas of investigation include paper characteristics, developer choice and fabrication, print size, multifilter printing and chemical after-treatment. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 115.


PHOT 330 The Fabricated Image This course explores the issues involved in making photographs that are conceived as surrogates for reality. Areas of investigation include historical prec- edents, major movements and practitioners of style that lie outside the bounds of documentary photog- raphy or the aesthetics of straight art photography. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 313.


PHOT 332 Fashion Photography This course is designed for students with a specific interest in developing a fashion photography portfolio. Through individual and collaborative assignments, students explore fashion photography in the studio and on location. Emphasis is placed on developing a “signature” style. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 313.


PHOT 334 Platinum and Palladium Printing This advanced course explores the technical and aesthetic implications of the platinum/palladium process, one of the most beautiful and subtle of all photographic printing processes. Topics include com- pounding emulsions, hand coating, paper selection, development variables and techniques for making enlarged negatives. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 220.


PHOT 336 The Photographic Portrait This upper-level elective provides students with a working knowledge of all major aspects of portraiture, including studio/commercial portraiture, photojournal- istic/editorial portraiture, and the portrait as fine art, all within a context of historical and contemporary


examples. A variety of lighting and camera techniques, basic business practices and career possibilities are covered. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 313.


PHOT 337 Photojournalism, Media and Culture This course provides an opportunity for the advanced photography major who is interested in pursuing a career in visual communication to deal with the skills, theory, ethics and contemporary issues of newspa- per and magazine photojournalism. Students work collaboratively and individually on a quarter-long newsworthy assignment that reflects a topic relevant to current issues in the community. Students produce a complete portfolio based on the chosen topic and through a final exhibition the work is presented in the community. Through the investigation and visual exploration of a story pertinent to the local or regional community, students are made more aware of the link between photojournalism, the media and culture. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 324.


PHOT 340 Inkjet Printing for Photography From digital image capture to final inkjet output, this course is designed to give students a thorough understanding of all aspects of image management and printing. Through lectures, demonstrations and supervised usage, students gain practical, hands-on experience with digital imaging and the production of inkjet technology, printers and paper. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 219.


PHOT 345 Advanced Digital Imaging This course, targeted to advanced photography students, emphasizes the philosophical and technical relationship between the camera and the computer. Students are expected to mesh their personal aesthetic with the multitude of possibilities available in electronic media. Appropriate presentation, software options and sequencing of imagery are stressed, along with historical examples that provide background for under- standing this new medium. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 219.


PHOT 346 Mixed-media Photography This course provides students with an overview of a broad variety of visual forms, media, operative concepts and theories that pertain to both historical and contemporary photographic practices. Students explore the impact of many of these issues through individual practices, lectures, assigned readings, class discussions and critiques. The primary practical work consists of a series of studio projects, in addition to an assigned journal/ sketchbook that is maintained throughout the quarter. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 320.


PHOT 350 Large-format Technique II Expanding upon the Large Format class, this course provides the opportunity to produce a singularly cohesive body of work through the utilization of film formats that are larger than 4X5 inches (5X7, 8X10, 11X14, etc.). The history and use of current large-format techniques is also explored along with practical scan- ning and output variables. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 219, PHOT 220.


PHOT 370 Photography Seminar As a world center for art, theater, design and fashion, New York remains a haven for both emerging and established artists. The city has the reputation of being one of few cities where the art world merges with the “real world.” This course investigates, specifically, the art of photography with visits to studios, galleries, agencies and potential photographic “sites.” It looks at the city as an incredibly fecund photographic resource, both in terms of pictures to be seen and pictures to be made. Various professional photographers are visited and consulted during the seminar and the class visits with people working on the production side of the medium as well.


PHOT 400 Business Practices for Photography This course is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the business of com- mercial photography. Students are guided through the job search, including résumé writing and portfolio development. Additional topics include freelance work, studio management, basic accounting, copyright law,


contracts, licensing agreements, negotiating fees, taxes and general business protocol. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.


PHOT 402 Developing a Personal Vision II This advanced course extends students’ exploration of the use of the photographic medium for per- sonal expression. Students devise and produce a photographic project that expands on the tech- niques and processes mastered in previous courses. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 475.


PHOT 403 Professional Practices for Fine Art Photography Providing students with a comprehensive introduction to accepted practices in the marketing of fine art pho- tography, this course takes a multifaceted approach to professional art business concerns. Course topics include how to approach galleries, portfolio-reviewing events, legal considerations, collectors, museum practices, portfolio preparation and self-promotion. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 219.


PHOT 405 The Photographic Book In this course, students each photograph a spe- cific subject. The resulting images are edited and sequenced to create a hand-constructed book. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 220, PHOT 240.


PHOT 413 Advanced Studio Lighting Technique In this senior-level studio course, students’ skills are directed toward using controlled lighting to create a portfolio with which to enter the commercial market- place. Emphasis is on pinpointing potential markets for photography and developing professionally lit and photographed images for a client within that market. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 313.


PHOT 415 Photography Portfolio Photography students select work and develop port- folios that meet market standards of professional quality. This course provides comprehensive guide- lines for the critique and evaluation of portfolios for commercial and other types of applications. Seminar type discussions address professional goals, busi- ness plans, marketing tools, and interviewing styles. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.


PHOT 419 Digital Video Media Technique for the Photographer Production of short digital videos, from conceptual inception to completion, is the focus of this course. Through hands-on training in digital capture, sound recording, and editing exercises, students will have the opportunity to explore both narrative and non-linear approaches to time-based media. Students will also be introduced to applications in commercial, photojour- nalism, and fine art contexts. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.


PHOT 440 Corporate Photography Students develop a portfolio that demonstrates a mas- tery of the specialized techniques and aesthetics asso- ciated with corporate photography. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.


PHOT 445 Conceptual Photography Studio A studio course directed to the successful analysis of methods for developing conceptual skills. There is a thorough and deep understanding of creative thinking versus critical thinking, and an investigation of the role of creative thinking in conceptualization, ‘brainstorm- ing’, and non-linear image making. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 313.


PHOT 475 Photography Senior Project The emphasis of this course is on developing a techni- cally excellent body of work that evidences a strong personal aesthetic and an engagement with concep- tual inquiry. Students receive and participate in inten- sive critique of photographic projects and be provided with personalized guidance and advice regarding careers in the field. Strategies for effective articulation of motivations, concepts, and influences are covered in depth; students gain the ability to situate their work in relation to contemporary and historical trends within the medium. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.


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