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  1. PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Lecture 1 Michael Yurgeles, Instructor

  2. Course Description: Three (3) credit hours. Development of skills in the practical application of basic photographic principles including the proper exposure of film, the processing of film, print finishing and the creative aspects of photography.

  3. COURSE OUTCOMES: Students will.... Employ the principles of operations of a variety of photographic equipment and darkroom procedures. Demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles relative to photographic exposure, film development, and paper processing through the creation of a portfolio of prints. Incorporate the elements and principles of design in the images they make to communicate ideas. Evaluate photographs using a variety of analytical approaches. Define and analyze a creative process, defining the concept of creativity and describing the components of a creative process in the field of photography. Explain how engaging in a creative process affects one's perception of the world.

  4. PHOTOGRAPHY1 ClassNotes Michael Yurgeles,Instructor Lecture1 January27, 2014 • PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY: • Analog (mostlysilver based) • Digital • GENRESofphotography: • Journalism • Commercial/Advertising • Fine Art • Scientific • Personal • WHY STUDY “OLD SCHOOL” PHOTOGRAPHY? • Established art medium • Learn design(elements&principles) • Learn to usecameracontrols creatively(film anddigital) • Uniqueproduct with artistic and commercial viability(Example) • Archival advantages • MATERIALSFOR THIS COURSE • 35 mm camera • 35 mm black &white film HEADS UP-NOT this film: Kodak BW400CN C41 PROCESS ONLY!!!!! Can't do it in ourlab.

  5. FIRSTCAMERAS: • PINHOLE CAMERA (Example) • CAMERA OBSCURA (Latin: “dark room”) • A Negative/PositiveProcess • LightSensitive material: • Film • Paper • Silver Salt (Silver bromide) ismostoftenused. It changestometallic silver inthepresenceof light. • Chapter2 CameraTypes SLR • RANGEFINDER • VIEW CAMERA • HOLGA • TWINLENS REFLEX DIGITAL • MEDIA: AmericanPhotography:A CenturyofImages. • Reading Assignment:Chapter1&2 inHorenstein& Chapter1&2 inWorkbook. Due nextMonday.

  6. GENRES of photography: • Journalism Steve McCurry SharbatGula, 1984

  7. Commercial/Advertising

  8. Fine Art Edward Weston. Nude, Charis, Santa Monica 1936

  9. Scientific Harold “Doc” Edgerton

  10. Personal

  11. COURSE RESOURCES WWW.YURGELES.NET/students LIBRARIES

  12. Henry Horenstein Kim Mosley

  13. 35mm SINGLE LENS REFLEX FILM CAMERA

  14. LENSES • FIXED • ZOOM • MANUAL FOCUS • AUTO FOCUS

  15. CAMERA STRAP

  16. CAMERA MANUAL

  17. OPTIONAL….BUT REALLY SWELL! LENS FILTERS UV, SKYLIGHT, YELLOW, ORANGE, RED, GREEN, ETC.

  18. LENS HOODS

  19. CAMERA BAG

  20. TRIPOD

  21. OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES NEGATIVE FILE SLEEVES 7 ROWS OF 5 FRAMES

  22. HAND TOWELS

  23. NO YES • X X Black & White 35mm film

  24. If it says “PROCESS C-41” DON’T buy it!!!

  25. Black & White Photo Paper/ Resin Coated- “RC” Type 8”x 10” 25 sheets per package glossy/pearl/luster/matte surfaces

  26. PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY: • Analog (mostly silver bromide based) • -Uses film (1830’s) • Digital (1990’s) • -uses sensor

  27. WHY STUDY “OLD SCHOOL” PHOTOGRAPHY? • Established art medium • Learn design (elements & principles) • Learn to use camera controls creatively • Unique product with artistic and commercial viability (Example) • Archival advantages

  28. PHOTOGRAPHY

  29. PHOTO = LIGHT

  30. + GRAPHY = DRAWING

  31. CAMERA OBSCURA = ROOM + DARK

  32. 400 BC - Founder of Mohism, Mo-ti, is attributed with the first known mention of the basic concept of a pinhole camera.

  33. Forest Magic- The Pinhole Effect

  34. A long time ago I watched a partial solar eclipse by using the pinhole effect of leaves.Cape Sebastian, Oregon- Mr. Johnson

  35. AbelardoMorell

  36. Using it to study perspective, Leonardo da Vinci provides the first detailed description of the pinhole camera in the Codex atlanticus (c. 1485).

  37. Tim’s Vermeer A quest for understanding how Vermeer may have used optical devices as painting aids. Movie Clip Movie Trailer Johannes Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665