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COMM 3331
Photography II: Introduction to Photojournalism
Three semester hours.
Introduction to the photographic techniques, tools and content issues in visual communication for publications. The emphasis will be on using the photographic medium to communicate ideas, information, and emotions. Color and digital technology will be introduced, as well as an examination of sequential imaging as used in the photographic narrative form the picture story. Course may be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite/corequisite: COMM 2331 and 3326, or consent of instructor. Recommendation that student has own single-lens-reflex camera and 35 mm lens. Course fee: $40.

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