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Photography Courses
Create, explore, document, critique and capture your world through photographs. Kirkwood's photography courses offer students the opportunity to create and display photographic art in both film and digital formats.

ART 184: Photography
This class provides aesthetic, ethical and philosophical frameworks used in understanding the historical and contemporary worlds of photography. It focuses on both film and digital cameras and highlights principles and elements of design and photographic composition. Photographs are created in a traditional and contemporary setting for portfolio and display. Credits: 3, Prereq: none

ART 185: Photography II
Photography II continues the exploration of photographic materials with an emphasis placed on the development of personal vision. Students further refine technical skills and concept development. Credits: 3, Prereq: ART 184

ART 186: Digital Photography
Get familiar and proficient with digital cameras, computers and printers. Study technical and aesthetic issues in visual communication and digital image capture/presentation. Students complete presentations, critiques online, a portfolio and displays. Credits: 3, Prereq: none

ART 223: Intermediate Digital Photography
Improve proficiency with digital SLR cameras, computer applications and printing. Students build on technical and aesthetic issues in visual communication and digital image concept, capture and presentation. Students explore RAW format digital processing and digital photo management applications. This class strongly emphasizes digital manipulation. Credits 3, Prereq: ART 186

ART 290: Projects in Photography
Study photography as a way to communicate or make art. Students propose a personal project that can be created in traditional or digital capture. Work is displayed and weekly meetings mark progress on student project. Credits: 1, Prereq: none