COMD 3530 Advanced Photography Studio

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COMD 3530 Advanced Photography Studio
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Professor(s)
Department
Communication Design
Course Code
COMD 3530
Semester / Year
Fall 2017
Course Description

This course will explore studio photography as a means to communicate ideas. Students will learn to use lighting to transform subject matter into metaphor, mood and meaning as well as how to develop visual coherence within a group of images. Students will develop portfolio level projects that display conceptual thinking and mastery of the craft of photography.

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