Photography I

The Course

Photography I

This is an introductory course in black and white, film photography.  We will study camera operation, use of the exposing meter, lens characteristics, film types, film and print processing and print finishing techniques.  Students will be introduced to the history of photography and both early and contemporary practitioners.  This course introduces students to the practice of photography as a fine art, but also considers its commercial, scientific and personal/vernacular applications.

About Dawn Roe

Dawn Roe serves as Assistant Professor of Art.  She teaches a variety of photography and digital media courses and a rotating selection of topics courses that focus on contemporary concerns of lens-based media.  Her studio practice involves the singular and combined use of still photographs and digital video and is concerned with themes of perception, time and memory. More…

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Identity of a Woman: I am Woman, I am Human, and I am You

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