MPS 307 The Photographic Print

This course introduces students to the applied theory and technology involved in photographic print-making. Students are exposed to the full range of photographic media ranging from contemporary digital technologies to handmade light-sensitive papers. Through a series of lectures and demonstrations, students learn the core principles of photographic print-making and are encouraged to explore these media as an expressive art form through a series of hands-on assignments. (Formerly first half of MPS27A/B). Lab: 3 hrs. Prerequisites: MPS 207 or (MPS 16A/B and MPS 17A/B); Co-requisite: MPS 308 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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