PHOTOGRAPHY PH 1010:

Darkroom I

ON CAMPUS

Photography

Photography
Individual Course

This course introduces students to traditional black and white film darkroom processes from a historical and contemporary fine art perspective.

Course description

Using 35mm SLR cameras, students will learn baseline camera controls and techniques to create narratives that communicate conceptual ideas. The class covers film types, camera formats, the Zone System of Photographic Tone Control, film development, and silver-based printing. Extensive lab and studio time is provided during the class. At the end of this course, students will have illustrated, through a portfolio of images, an understanding of the technical, creative, and darkroom components of the medium.

Materials:
15 rolls of black/white film, photographic paper making materials

Students are expected to cover the cost of materials, estimated to be around $210.

Note: Students are expected to have their own 35mm Manual Function SLR camera, which is not included in the cost of materials.

TUITION

  • $1,926

CLASS LENGTH

  • 8 Weeks

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must provide proof of high school graduation.

Course Availability

FALL - SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

ON CAMPUS COURSE
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
8:00 AM – 11:45 AM

*Registration Deadline: August 29

DATE
Class begins September 4, 2018

Registration Closed

Individual courses are designed for artists seeking further education to improve their skills and advance their marketability in the industry. Mix and match courses, online or on-campus.