Course Description

This course continues the investigation started in CDFP 391 and examines the development of photographic practice throughout the course of the twentieth century. Different genres of photography will be explored, from approaches to documentary and landscape photography, to the development of conceptual and theoretical ideas at play in contemporary photographic expression. Discussion of the major figures and influences in photography will be supplemented by an examination of the development of traditional photographic processes and digital technology. (Equivalent to MPS 401.)


Note: To find out more about your instructor, see the Photography instructor biographies.


Prerequisite: CDFP391

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