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Digital Photography (Winter 2024)

Course ID
DDM125-01
CRN
1340618
DaysTimesLocationInstructor
TBATBAWEBM. Holben
Campus
Distance Learning (Web Courses)
Dates
Winter 2024 lasts from Monday, January 8, 2024 to Friday, March 22, 2024
Description
Offers instruction in the use of a SLR digital camera and fundamentals of digital photography. Topics include, image composition, digital camera techniques in various formats including raw, GIF, JPEG, and PNG, digital processing using Adobe Photoshop and digital printing. Students will learn how to manually operate a digital camera, taking control of aperture settings, shutter speeds, and ISO controls. Students will learn how various lenses effect the depth of field and image quality of an exposure. No darkroom work is required. Students must provide their own digital single lens reflex cameras and these cameras must be able to allow for manual adjustment of shutter speed and aperture. Does not fulfill degree or certificate requirements for computer proficiency. Additional studio hours required.
Notes
  • Web classes: Offered as a Web-based class over the Internet. Information about Web-based classes and required orientations can be found at https://roguecc.blackboard.com. All online teachers expect students to participate in the class by Wednesday of the first week of the term. Students not participating during the first week may be subject to administrative drop. Check the syllabus and course orientation for participation requirements. Students may be required to have a web cam and audio capabilities on their computer for online courses.
Prerequisites
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    Credit/Hours
    3/66T
    Estimated Tuition
    $360
    Estimated Fees
    $72
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