Registration for the Spring 2019 semester is open now! For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registration. To apply to KCC online for free, visit www.kellogg.edu/step1.
Interested in photography? Here’s a list of several photography classes offered at Kellogg Community College during the Spring 2019 semester. For a complete list of Spring 2019 semester classes offered at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu and click on “Class Schedules” in the top menu to search for sections.
ART 214: Photography Appreciation (3 Credits)
Non-studio art course designed to explore foundations in photography. Topics include history, genres, visual communication, camera operations, image-making exercises and critique sessions. Camera controls, traditional darkroom, studio lighting, digital workflow and printing will be demonstrated.
ART 222: Introduction to Photography (3 credits)
This course will instruct the student in fundamental concepts and techniques of photography, including aesthetics and technical aspects as a basis for creating a photographic image. The student will learn to use the 35 mm camera, process film, composition, print finishing and basic printing. Instruction on traditional printing practice and digital technologies will be included. The student will be challenged to investigate photographic medium and consider its application to the making of art.
ART 227: Digital Color Photography (3 credits)
This course is intended to develop an understanding of technical and aesthetic foundation in color photography through the latest digital technology. Students will explore basic color photography with the use of film and digital photographic equipment: image scanning, color digital printing, digital camera and Adobe Photoshop.
ART 229: Studio Photography (3 credits)
This advanced photography course will instruct the student in fundamental concepts and techniques of studio photography, including aesthetics and technical aspects as a basis for creating a photographic image using professional studio lighting for both commercial illustration and personal artistic explorations. Demonstrations include location lighting, portraiture, fashion, and product photography using multiple-light strobe, digital capture workflow, discontinuous lighting techniques and light modification equipment, as well as presentations on historical and contemporary photographic work.
ART 239: Studio Photography 2 (3 Credits)
This second-level advanced studio photography course will further instruct the student in the mastery of fundamental concepts and techniques of professional studio photography, including aesthetics and technical aspects as a basis for creating a photographic image using specialized lighting in studio or on location. Topics may include advertising, commercial, editorial, food, and glamour photography.
ART 296: Internship & Career Development (3 Credits)
This course provides supervision within a seminar setting for the Photography and Multimedia Internship and Career Development student. Activities may include reports on assigned readings, peer discussions of internship experiences, self-assessment activities, guest lectures, field trips, professional portfolio, art business analysis and promotional materials (resume, business card, postcard, etc.) development. This course is meant to provide a supportive environment in which to examine issues, address concerns, develop skills and receive the necessary guidance pertinent to the internship experience and process. Participation in all classes is mandatory. It is recommended that students take this course in their last semester of study.
For More Information
The first Spring 2019 classes start Jan. 11, and the semester ends May 6. For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registration. For information about KCC’s Photography and Multimedia Program, which includes associate degree and certificate options, visit www.kellogg.edu/photography.