PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING
SUMMER 2019 COURSES
Now open for registration!
Photography I: Black & White
PHTI-UT 1001 [4-credit studio]
T/Th 10:00am – 1:30pm
This interactive course is designed to introduce and explore the practical and creative applications of analog photography. Students will learn camera operation, composition principles, and metering techniques, film processing and archival projection print enlarging methods as well as the basics of print finishing.
Lighting for Stills and Motion
PHTI-UT 1012 [4-credit studio]
T/Th 4:00pm – 7:30pm
Prereq: Photography II or department permission.
This class teaches lighting as a series of the most common lighting problems encountered in professional photography and video/cinematography. Reflecting the evolving hybrid photography/video environment, the class concentrates on the basic problems that any emerging photographer is likely to encounter.
PHTI-UT 1014 [4-credit studio]
M/W 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Prereq: P&I: Analog and P&I: Digital or department permission.
This course introduces the special characteristics of large format photography, including perspective control, creative approaches to selective focus and metering strategies facilitated by single negative processing.
Contemporary Photography Photo Now
PHTI-UT 1130 [4-credit critical studies]
M/W 10:00am – 1:00pm
Prereq: Social and Aesthetic History of Photography or department permission.
By examining a wide range of visual materials, both historic and contemporary, this class will attempt to understand the changing relationship between the still photographic image and the moving image.
Photoshop: Creative Imaging
PHTI-UT 1007 [2-credit studio]
M/W 2:00pm – 5:30pm [SS1 3WK1]
Prereq: Basic computer skills.
This three-week course focusing on Photoshop explores the possibilities for image manipulation and the steps involved in learning to translate traditional darkroom skills into digital artwork and montage.
PHTI-UT 1255 [2-credit studio]
M/W 2:00pm – 5:30pm [SS1 3WK2]
Prereq: P&I Digital and Photoshop: Creative Imaging or department permission.
Emphasis in this class will be on using Photoshop for image manipulation as well as on graphic design principles and non-destructive image editing techniques. You will learn to construct images from photographic source material, as well as starting from scratch using Photoshop’s design and media tools.
Classes run during the first 6-weeks of summer – May 28 to July 7, 2018.
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All Photography & Imaging courses may be taken for undergraduate credit, graduate credit, or non-credit. Please contact the department at 212-998-1930, email email@example.com with questions or for help with registration.
Tisch offers undergraduate, graduate, and non-credit courses for students looking to continue their studies or kickstart a new project. Courses include academic study of the arts as well as professional, conservatory training across disciplines. Visit the Summer at Tisch page for more information.