Work Created in Color Photography

This course concentrates on various photographic color materials. Students acquire a working understanding of color film, Kelvin scale, medium-format cameras, the relationship of analog and digital output, mural printing, and professional presentation. In addition, students discuss image relationships and meaning, editing, curating, and post-production as opportunities to improve their work through critique and discussion. An oral presentation and semester-long project concentrate on the roles research, ideation, image selection, and writing play in the creation of a cohesive body of work. Lectures, readings, research, class discussions, and field trips support all aspects of the course.