Art & Art History

University of Mississippi

Courses: Imaging Arts

  • Art 201: Digital Imaging
    This course is an introduction to the visual language of digital art production using vector and raster based software. It is taught using Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Art 202: Photo Imaging
    This course is an introduction to professional studio techniques using Adobe Photoshop on the Macintosh platform, including special photographic effects.
  • Art 381: Introduction to Photography
    Photographic fundamentals and camera techniques applied to basic black-and-white photography. Course emphasizes students developing a personal point of view.
  • Art 382: Intermediate Photography
    Continues emphasis on fundamentals of photography applied to black-and-white developing and printing. Stresses fine darkroom techniques, the development of a personal aesthetic and the presentation of photographs.
  • Art 383: Digital Photography
    Acquisition of the technical language of the digital image and development of a personal photographic style. Emphasis is a fine art approach to digital image making.
  • Art 384: Digital Video I
    Technical and conceptual foundation of time-based media. Includes single camera production, storyboard production, lighting and post-production editing.
  • Art 385: Intro Alternative Photographic Processes
    Alternative photographic processes explores image making through various lens-based practices. The course emphasizes the history of photographic print materials in combination with digital strategies using cyanotype, Van Dyke brown, gum bichromate and palladium emulsions. Students must have a digital or 35 mm film camera.
  • Art 481: Advanced Photography
    Stresses medium format and view camera techniques; archival processing; toning; and museum presentation of a coherent series of images.
  • Art 483: Advanced Digital Photography
    Advanced problems in studio techniques and conceptual development related to digital photography. Emphasis upon individual expression and research.
  • Art 484: Advanced Digital Video
    Advanced problems in studio techniques and conceptual development related to digital video. Emphasis on individual expression and research.
  • Art 485: Advanced Alt Photographic Processes
    This course explores advanced image making through various lens-based practices. It emphasizes the history of photographic print materials in combination with digital strategies. Students must have a digital or 35 mm film camera.
  • Art 581: Black-And-White Photography
    Instruction for advanced art students in black-and-white photography with emphasis on the mechanics of 35 mm camera skills, darkroom techniques, and developing a personal photographic style. Focus on a fine art approach to image making.
  • Art 583: Digital Photography
    Acquisition of the technical language of the digital image by advanced art students and development of a personal photographic style. Emphasis is a fine art approach to digital image making.
  • Art 584: Digital Video
    Technical and conceptual foundation of time-based media for advanced art students. Includes single camera production, storyboard production, lighting and post production editing.
  • Art 585: Alternative Photographic Processes
    The course provides instruction for advanced art students with emphasis in alternative photographic processes, which explore image making through various lens-based practices. The course emphasizes the history of photographic print materials in combination with digital strategies using cyanotype, Vandyke brown, gum bichromate and palladium emulsions. Students must have a digital or 35 mm film camera.
  • Art 683: Digital Photography
    This course emphasizes a fine art approach to digital image making. Students will develop a personal photographic style and learn about theoretical, conceptual and contemporary issues surrounding digital photography.

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