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Continuing Studies: Photography Courses

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
CSPH 221 The Digital Darkroom 1.5 credits - TBA $615

Section A Meets 2/7/2015 to 4/25/2015 on Saturday from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

Students learn to use their digital cameras through a variety of projects that help to develop technical and creative skills. Students work one-on-one with the instructor on field trips, which include Baltimore’s “small town” neighborhoods, Ladew Topiary Gardens, and an optional trip to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Critiques and slide lectures of historic photographs help students expand their personal vision and address elements of composition and technique. Note: No class on March 14 and April 4.
CSPH 224 Landscape and the Digital Darkroom 1.5 credits Phyllis Berger $615

Section A Meets 2/7/2015 to 4/25/2015 on Saturday from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

Students will experience the drama and beauty of urban and rural landscapes. On numerous field trips, they will hone their camera skills as well as learn elements of composition. High Dynamic Range, infra-red, panorama, black and white, and the environmental portrait will be covered. Basic understanding of Photoshop and camera handling is a plus. Note: No class on March 14 and April 4.
CSPH 229 Extended Portrait 2 credits Jennifer Wright $820

Section A Meets 1/21/2015 to 5/6/2015 on Wednesday from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM.

This course will approach portraiture’s technical and conceptual issues in the studio as well as in the context of dynamic, real-world environments. Students will develop studio and on-location lighting techniques, as well as camera and post-processing skills specific to portraiture. Personal skills, including how photographers interact with their subjects, will be developed. Prerequisite: Intermediate blank and white or digital photography or equivalent experience. Note: Students can chose to work in either digital or black and white photography. No class on March 18.