Digital Imaging is a one term course. During this course scholars are introduced to the digital acquisition and manipulation methods for raster images. Scholars are also taught photographic principles utilizing DSLR, camcorders and mobile technology.
There are two components to this proposed course.
Scholars will scan and acquire digital images from various sources. After acquisition of these images, scholars will be taught how to manipulate the images to enhance the image's ability to communicate for a specific purpose.
Half of the Digital Imaging course is spent on the Digital Photography unit. Scholars study the Exposure Triangle, principles of photographic composition and lighting in order to be able to generate original exposures using a variety of photographic technologies..