Art 381. Beginning Imaging Arts
Students enter into a formalized study of black and white film photography, learning about the processes and techniques of camera operation, film exposure and darkroom use. This class emphasizes a thorough knowledge of contemporary art and various methods of photographic analysis. Students in this class become proficient in producing technically and creatively sound black and white prints.
“Professor White is one of the coolest people, and truly cares and respects the art of film. She taught us with such integrity and pure joy for the subject.”
“One of the most organized, involved and critical teachers in the art department. So thankful to have her instruction. Black and white photography is such an interesting form of art and gives the photographer an appreciation for the art of photography. Would definitely recommend all BFA’s and students interested in photography to take B/W photo with Brooke.”