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GDTC2246 – Advanced Photography and Imaging pdf

Credits: 4 (2/2/0)
Description: In this course students will learn how to photograph in Raw File Format (RAW). Students will demonstrate setting components for Raw File Format and develop a clear understanding of the different computer file formats, file sizes, resolution, pixels per inch (PPI) and mega pixels. They will also demonstrate color correction; red, green, blue (RGB), cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK). Students will identify CMYK profiles, develop a high degree of competency in manipulating photographs using Photoshop, and understand the importance of computer monitor calibration for color quality. Additionally, students will demonstrate advanced photography framing techniques and focus on how various lenses, aperture settings and film speeds work together.
Prerequisites: GDTC1126
Corequisites: None
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of setting components when shooting photographs in the Raw File Format (RAW).
  2. Develop a clear understanding of the different computer file formats.
  3. Develop a high competency of manipulating photographs using Photoshop.
  4. Demonstrate computer color calibration.
  5. Apply photography composition rules.
  6. Demonstrate proper photographic color output.
  7. Develop effective mothods of landscape photography.
  8. Develop effective methods of portrait photography.
  9. Demonstrate knowledge in the exposure triangle of aperture, shutter speed and International Organsation for Standardization (ISO) in camera settings.
  10. Demonstrate proper lens use.
  11. Critique photographs using the rules of photography.
  12. Organize files and being able to archive them into a folder for use.
MnTC goal areas: None

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