1. Exposure variation P/F
2. Motion & Focus
3. Street Photography/Decisive Moment
4. Environmental Portrait
5. Still Life
6. TA's Choice
7. Studio Portrait
8. Night Photography
9. Self Portrait
Here is some of the fine print for this class:
You are expected to shoot images, perform all lab work, and final presentation. Students who use other students’ prints or files without attribution are guilty of cheating and will be referred to the Associate Dean for further action, and fail the class. Final portfolios consist of 15-20 matted or mounted prints, printed to your highest standards. Portfolio may include assignments, may be thematic, or may just have 15 of your best images. All prints should be ready for presentation. All prints must be in something that resembles a folder or case. No trash bags or loose prints please. Label all mats on rear with your name and class.
Work will be graded in two parts, 1) craft and technique, which refer to camera handling skills, and print quality and 2) concept and creative solution to assignment problem.
Final grade comprised of the following guidelines:
25% attendance and class participation
50% final portfolio
Students are expected to attend all classes, in case of medical excuse, students are responsible for supplying documentation to faculty. Excessive absence (five unexcused) will result in lowering of grade, one letter and seven unexcused, failure of class entirely. Students should plan on arriving to class on time. Excessive tardiness will result in a lowering of the final grade.
This should go without saying, but let’s say it anyway: you should turn off your cell-phone and/or other devices (iPods, etc) before you enter the classroom. If your phone rings once during class this semester, we’ll all laugh and I’ll ask you to turn it off. If your phone rings again during class this semester, we’ll need to have a talk.
I understand that your phones connect you with your friends and family, but the classroom should be a place apart, however briefly, from the outside world. You will learn more, in short, if you can concentrate on the class while you’re in class. If you’re really into your phone to that extent, consider taking my class this spring 2013 “Cell Phones, Snapshots and the Social Network”, it’ll all be about the mobile device and making art.
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