ART 130(C) - Digital Studio
MassTransfer Block Code: Humanities/Fine and Performing Arts
An introduction to the use of digital image processing technology as an art medium. We will explore the basics of how images are created electronically using lens-based, scanner, and freehand acquisition, using both electronic and non-electronic materials. Individual and group projects will explore the richness of digital image making. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of effective visual design. In addition to learning image processing software, scanning, and the use of the digital camera, we will discuss how the computer has changed the nature of image making. Coursework will include a final portfolio of digital images. No computer experience is necessary.
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