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Course Description

Composition can make an interesting photo bland or make an ordinary image appear beautiful. This course explores the concepts of photographic composition, from basics, such as the rule of thirds, to more advanced topics, such as the way the eye travels through a photo. It also addresses how the camera differs from the eye and introduces composition fundamentals, such as balance and point of view. It examines the importance of geometry, light, and color in composition and looks at how composition can be improved with a variety of photo editing software programs. Students will have an opportunity to share their photographs and participate in critiquing others' images. Come along and take a chance to move outside your comfort zone and take better photographs.  Note: Students should be familiar with their camera and will be expected to complete photo assignments between classes. Active Participation Lecture (plus Questions)
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