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Cultural Photography

Through the lens of culture

overview

The primary camera functions are studied to have efficient control when taking a photograph in any scenario, emphasizing the topics related to cultural heritage, both material and immaterial. Also, students analyze photography from a comprehensive perspective, beyond the ocular centric range with which photography had been studied in the past, using exercises willing to increase their ability to recognize what surrounds them using other senses (smell, touch, taste, and auditory).

Code

PHOT 2130

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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