Creative Imaging
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    Harold Edgerton

Focuses on film and digital photography. Develops skill in the use of chemical darkrooms, scanners, digital printers and cameras to create striking still images capable of evoking strong emotional and intellectual responses from a viewer. Emphasizes the interplay between classical chemical and digital techniques and how they can be used to control the use of lighting, color, depth, and composition in an image. Students present their intermediate assignments to the class for critical discussion; at the end of the term, they submit a substantive project presenting their own creative images for critique and evaluation. Credit cannot also be received for EC.305, EC.A305.

MIT Course Number: 
EC.310
Instructors: 
T. Mislick
Semesters: 
Spring
Grad/Undergrad: 
Undergraduate