Fundamentals of Digital Imaging (FIA-225)
This course provides students with advanced technical training in the field of digital imaging and an opportunity to apply learned skills to create digitally manipulated images from two-dimensional and three-dimensional photographic and computer generated sources. An integrated component of this course focuses on the use of "state of the art" digital hardware and software to output high resolution, exhibition quality, ink jet and dye sublimation images on a diversity of media. Students are required to complete study in Digital Imaging for Art and Photography I prior to enrollment in the Advanced Digital Imaging for Art and Photography course (or by securing special permission by the instructor). It is also recommended that students complete study in either FIA 202 - Graphic Design I, FIA 221 - Black & White Photography I, or FIA 223 - Color Photography, or FIA 224 - Introduction to Digital Imaging or permission of the instructor before enrolling in Advanced Digital Imaging. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.