2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
    Dec 12, 2018  
2018-2019 University Catalog
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ARTS 221 - Antique Photographic Processes


FDR: HA
Credits: 3

Not open to students with credit for courses in alternative photographic processes. Prerequisite: ARTS 120. An exploration of 19th-century photographic processes within the context of the history of photography. Individual processes are learned through studio demonstration and intensive hands-on lab sessions. Processes covered in this course include salt printing, cyanotype, Van Dyke, kallitype, and platinum and palladium printing and toning, as well as wet plate collodion processes such as tintypes and ambrotypes. Students learn how to make enlarged digital negatives for contact printing from photographs that originate in either film or digital formats. In addition to technique, students learn the historical background of each process, as well as contemporary trends and artists working with these methods. Bowden.




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