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    The University of the Arts
  Jan 18, 2018
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MAPH 281 - Portfolio Documentation

1.5 credits
The use of photography to create a portfolio of artwork, exhibitions, and installations is necessary for artists in all visual media. Students learn how to photograph two- and three-dimensional artwork in a studio setting and on location. Instruction addresses a wide range of issues including: artificial and natural lighting, film-based and digital camera operation, image processing techniques, and output options. By participating in lectures, demonstrations, field trips and shooting assignments, students acquire the skills necessary to create a coherent visual portfolio of their work.

Prerequisites FNDP*112 or FNDP*152

Not open to Photography majors.

Restrictions Not Recommended for Foundation