Students within the photography concentration are encouraged to see photography in its broadest context. You will be prepared to take your place in our image-driven world with your unique visual voice. In addition, you will be encouraged to intern to develop your skills. You will also be able to take advantage of the resources in Rochester, including the George Eastman House and Visual Studies Workshop research archives.
You will learn:
- The history of photography
- Modern digital imaging.
- The image-making process from image capture and concept formation to building artistic works and visual communications
- Fine art, studio, and photo-journalistic aspects of photographic practice
- Introduction to B&W Photo Processes
- Introduction to Digital Imaging/Photography
- Advanced B&W Photo Process
- Intermediate Digital Photography
- Advanced Projects in Studio
- Introduction to Digital Video
- Introduction to Graphic Design
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Romy Hosford, M.F.A., is a multimedia artist and educator and has taught at Roberts since 2011. Her photo/video based installation work can be described as storytelling through object, material and historical contexts; often dealing with perception, definition and expectation. In addition, it investigates the concept of memory - personal and cultural, remembering and forgetting. Read more about Professor Hosford.