Students will learn concepts and applied theories of digital media and the two fundamental graphic forms: raster and vector digital images and will define and describe similar and contrasting factors in each kind of image. The comparison will also recommend the best practice, specification or standard for using a specific form in a specific application. Basic digital imaging terminology, and techniques including size, resolution, color space and file elements, measurements and file formats. Students are introduced to digital imaging concepts through software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on the Macintosh operating system. Scanning and digital photography are integrated into lesson plans.
CUNY proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics OR ENG 092R (ESOL 032R), and/or ENG 092W (ESOL 031W), as required.
ENG 092R (ESOL 032R), and/or ENG 092W (ESOL 031W), as required.
S. Libby Clarke
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