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Course Equivalents for ARTS 115 at Metropolitan State University in



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Anoka-Ramsey Community College

ART 1165 - Introduction to Black and White Film Photography - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
(MnTC Goal 6) The course introduces students to black and white silver gelatin FILM photography. This is a darkroom course that covers camera operation, film types, film developing, photo printing, and darkroom experience. Photographic styles and history, aesthetic understanding, and the social impact of the medium will also be covered. Students will learn how to use photography as a creative tool for self-expression and social exploration. A course fee is required and additional costs may be incurred based on individual student need. See course notes or contact the instructor for additional information. The Art department has cameras available for students to check out. Students should be prepared to work in the studio outside of class periodically during the semester.
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ART 1155 - Introduction to Digital Photography - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
(MnTC Goal 6) Recommended Skills, Abilities, or Coursework: Basic computer skills The course introduces students to the basic process and techniques of digital photography. The course covers camera operation, shooting styles, image adjustments, and correction using image-editing software. Students will learn how to use photography as a creative tool for self-expression, social exploration, and documentation. Students will address the social impact of photography in history. A course fee is required and students need a (DSLR) Digital Single Lens Reflex camera. The Art department has a limited supply of cameras for student check out. Students should be prepared to work in the studio outside of class during the semester.
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Century College

VCT 1071 - Introduction to Professional Photography - 3 credits
This course provides opportunities to explore composition techniques while employing fundamental photography concepts. Students will have the opportunity to explore the digital manipulation of images using various techniques. Students are required to furnish their own manual exposure digital camera and memory cards.
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Inver Hills Community College

ART 1131 - Introduction to Digital Photography - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Explores the application of the digital camera, digital imaging software, and digital printing technology as means for individual creative expression in the fine arts. Students will engage in technological, aesthetic, conceptual aspects of digital photography using historical and contemporary practices in as a guide. Students are required to supply their own digital camera for this course. Students may not receive credit for this course if credit has been awarded for ART 1121.
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ART 1121 - Digital Photography I (no lab) - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Explores the application of the digital camera and digital imaging software as means for individual creative expression in the fine arts. Students will engage in technological, aesthetic, and conceptual aspects of digital photography using historical and contemporary practices in as a guide. Students enrolling in this course are required to purchase image-editing software as specified in the course syllabus. This course is intended for non-A.F.A. majors. Students who are A.F.A. majors should enroll in Art 1131. Students may not receive credit for this course if credit has been awarded for ART 1131.
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Normandale Community College

ART 1114 - Introduction to Digital Photography - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
Introduction to the technical and conceptual practices of photography and digital technology as a creative medium. Camera operation and techniques, composition and design, digital image capture, related software, and digital output using the computer as a digital darkroom for creating photographic images. Development of critique and related vocabulary.
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North Hennepin Community College

ART 1101 - Photography I - 3 credits
Humanities/Fine Arts (06)
This is an introduction to the fundamentals of black and white photography. Both technical and creative skills are developed in the use of the camera, exposing and developing film, enlarging and finishing the black and white photograph. Class critiques help articulate individual visual growth while artist presentations and field trips to galleries and museums help acquaint students with significant photographers. Students use film-based cameras with adjustable shutter speed and f-stop. A limited number of cameras are available for rental.
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