PHTG 326 - Photographic Practice II

Studies in professional photographic practice based on the student’s research and submission identifying potential area / areas of investigative study and research produced in course PHTG.318, including technical considerations relevant to photographic specialization support services – service bureaus, professional labs, repair services studio design – layout, office, processing, storage professional workflow – contact to deliver effective composition – designing for an idea, concept, campaign vs. shooting to a comprehensive same subject in multiple themes for use in print and web media corporate portraiture editorial illustration – illustrating the narrative photo Essay – the photographer as narrator. A requirement of this course is the execution and presentation of a shot list commensurate with the student’s area / areas of investigation that will form the basis for the course work portfolio each student submits in this course and as described in the instructor’s course guidelines.

Course Credits:

3

Course Prerequisites

PHTG 316 – Photographic Practice or consent of the Chair in consultation with the instructor.

Winter

SectionCRNInstructorSchedule
A30835Mansolino, Ann
Tuesday
2:00pm - 6:20pm room: 455