Digital Photography 1, Advanced and AP

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Paola Sorto
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Photography Classes

Digital Photography A/B
0.5 credit per semester
This course provides students with a basic understanding of digital photography as an art form. A digital camera and computer software replaces the traditional darkroom and is used to capture and manipulate photographic images, and to increase the student's understanding of both traditional and contemporary photographic techniques.  Photographic composition and the expression of meaning in personal artworks will be stressed.  The students will create portfolios of their digital photographs that emulate both traditional and contemporary photographic processes and media.
Grade Level: 11 - 12
No repeats for credit

Photography 2 A/B
0.5 credit per semester
Students create a portfolio of photographic work using various production techniques, including advanced camera and darkroom practices, and digital technology. Students continue studies in the history of photography and apply historical or stylistic qualities to their work. Composition and aesthetic criteria are stressed. Writing and thinking skills are reinforced through journaling. Students participate in critiques, and mat and display their work for exhibit.
Prerequisite: Photography 1 A/B
Grade Level: 10 - 11 - 12
May be repeated 1 time