Summer Visual Arts Course | Photography I

VIAR S3701D
section 001, May 22 - June 30, 2017, TTh, 6:15 - 9:25 pm
3 points
Instructor: TBD

VIAR S3701Q
section 002, July 3 - August 11, 2017, MW, 6:15 - 9:25 pm
3 points
Instructor: TBD

VIAR S3701Q
section 003, July 3 - August 11, 2017, TTh, 6:15 - 9:25 pm
3 points
Instructor: TBD
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An introductory course in black-and-white photography, Photography I is required for admission to all other photo classes. Students are initially instructed in proper camera use and basic film exposure and development. Then the twice weekly meetings are divided into lab days where students learn and master the fundamental tools and techniques of traditional darkroom work used in 8x10 print production and classroom days where students present their work and through the language of photo criticism gain an understanding of photography as a medium of expression. Admitted students must obtain a manually focusing 35mm camera with adjustable f/stops and shutter speeds. No prior photography experience is required.

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Tuition & Fees
 
Students can review tuition and fees here.

Materials Fee: $125
 
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For questions about School of the Arts summer courses, including those concerning admissions, registration, and billing, please contact the School of Professional Studies summer team at sps-info@columbia.edu, or 212-854-9666. With questions about specific course content, please contact Visual Arts Departmental Representative for Photography Thomas Roma at tr82@columbia.edu.

About the Instructors
 
TBD Bios pending
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