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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ART 247 The Digital Image

Fall-Spring-Summer Semesters

This course, created for students with prior coursework in design and digital technology, explores the creation and manipulation of digital photographic imagery. Students will learn the principles of capturing quality digital images, as well as how to prepare files for mass reproduction beyond the photographic print. Areas of file preparation for offset lithography, screenprinting, on-demand printing, presentation graphics, and web and motion graphics is discussed. Through hands-on assignments in the field and the studio, students will become better able to identify work that can be successfully reproduced in a variety of visual venues. Note: A digital SLR camera with manual adjustment is required for students enrolled in this course. 5 lecture and studio hours. Prerequisite: ART 206 . Art majors only.

3 credit hours