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Community College of Rhode Island

Photography II & III

ARTS 1820 & 2820

Anna Paglian<br />Fall 2010<br />Rebecca Clark   Anna Paglian<br />Fall 2010<br />Rebecca Clark   David Berman<br />Fall 2012<br />Rebecca Clark   David Berman<br />Fall 2012<br />Rebecca Clark   Joseph Mauro<br />Fall 2010<br />Rebecca Clark   Joseph Mauro<br />Fall 2010<br />Rebecca Clark   Picarilli<br />Fall 2011<br />Natalie Coletta   Picarilli<br />Fall 2011<br />Natalie Coletta   Picarilli<br />Fall 2011<br />Natalie Coletta   Norlan Olivo<br />Fall 2012<br />Rebecca Clark  


Photography II - ARTS 1820

In Photo II we begin with the refinement of basic techniques learned in Photo I and go on to the introduction of advanced material such as lighting, archival processes, toning, exposure and development controls, and alternative processes.

Through readings, lectures, and research you will be introduced to photographic critical theory, the history of photography and various photographic styles.

By the end of the semester, you will have produced a cohesive body of exhibition quality work and an artist statement that describes your intentions, the content of your work and places your work in a historical context.

Prerequisite: ARTS 1810 - Photo I

Studio: 4 hours

Photography III - ARTS 2840

Photo III is a time for experimentation and challenge. Primary focus of the semester will be developing a coherent body of exhibition quality work that will be presented in a form appropriate to the work’s content, style and function.

Through independent research on artists and styles students will be able to place their work in a historical perspective and identify specific influences and concerns.

Students provide their own 35mm SLR camera and will also purchase film, paper and other supplies.

Prerequisites: ARTS 1810 - Photo I and ARTS 1820 - Photo II or permission of the instructor.

Studio: 4 hours

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