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Continuing Studies: Photography Courses

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
CSGD 318 Filmmaking for Photographers 1.5 credits Christopher Hartlove $615

Section A Meets 9/16/2014 to 12/9/2014 on Tuesday from 6:30 PM to 9:45 PM.

This class examines how to tell stories in today's ever-changing environment. All levels of photographers are welcome. Topics will focus on the combination of still photography, video, and sound. Learn when and how to best shoot video or to record audio and how to edit what you have captured. Review equipment, DSLR video, and basic sound recording equipment. Assignments will be given and work critiqued. From basic to advanced, students will learn how to create “emotion with motion.” A basic digital camera is required. Note: No class on October 21.
CSGD 331 Advanced Photoshop 1.5 credits Kenneth Morgan $615

Section A Meets 9/16/2014 to 12/9/2014 on Tuesday from 6:30 PM to 9:45 PM.

This class will allow students with a basic knowledge of Photoshop to deepen their skills. Topics include: professional color correction, portrait retouching, tool and palette customization, and special effects both print and web. Prerequisite: Photoshop I or equivalent. Students are required to bring a zip drive to class. Note: No class on October 21.
CSPH 301 The Photographic Portfolio 1.5 credits Phyllis Berger $615

Section A Meets 10/1/2014 to 12/10/2014 on Wednesday from 6:15 PM to 10:00 PM.
Section A Meets 10/1/2014 to 12/10/2014 on Wednesday from 6:15 PM to 10:00 PM.

In this course, students will work on a semester-long project that reflects their artistic sensibility, passion, and technique. They will develop their ideas within a seminar style format that allows for conversation and debate and provides a forum for the evolution of content within their work. Through a combination of critique, lecture, and lab, students will complete a portfolio of ten printed images that work together in a series. Prerequisite: Intro to Digital or by permission. No class on November 26.