Photography and Digital Imaging
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Photography as artistic and visual communication medium crosses international divides, and the advent of digital photography has made taking photos accessible to all of us. This program is designed for photographers, artists, designers, architects or anyone else who would like to take their photographic techniques, vision and current knowledge to another level.
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If you are interested in changing careers, preparing for a master’s degree or pursuing personal growth, our program will provide a course of study that will take you through the fundamentals, as well as intermediate - and advanced-level classes in black and white and digital photography.Non-certificate students are welcome to take individual classes, as long as class prerequisites are met or they are admitted through a portfolio review.
- The technical principles of photography and lighting for still life, portraiture, and commercial applications will be taught.
- Aesthetics, process, and individual creative vision will be emphasized to help students find their own unique style.
- Digital imaging, including retouching, color correction, color, and asset management will prepare photographers for the new digital photography studio.
Students will build a thorough body of work and a professional portfolio.
"Watch Ken Taranto, photographer and master printer, demonstrate the Gigapan EPIC and its amazing high resolution capability.
For information about Ken's course "Panaramic Photography and the Gigapan" PMPH 516 - contact Chris Ferrara, Associate Director, Curriculum Development and Enrollment Management for Non-Credit Programs: 212-647-7370."