Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
Photography is the art of creating images using a camera. Students might work with digital equipment or traditional film and learn about lighting, shutter settings, color, and principles of composition.
The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.
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The BFA degree builds on the core curriculum of fundamental principles by emphasizing the aesthetic and conceptual skills necessary for a professional portfolio. [+]
The expansion of the photography with the digital revolution has had a major impact on the art of capturing images, so it is necessary for our students to master the technology in conjunction with [+]
After your Foundation year, you will have the option to expose yourself to every aspect of the still image through history courses, documentary photo, digital photo, photo issues, lighting, view [+]
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Photography
After your Foundation year, you will have the option to expose yourself to every aspect of the still image through history courses, documentary photo, digital photo, photo issues, lighting, view camera and more.
You will examine the technical, historical, and theoretical issues related to contemporary photography. You will gain expertise in conventional, digital, and hybrid methods of image making and develop your own artistic practice. You will also gain a critical understanding of the aesthetic and social discourses within photography.
Graduates of NSCAD’s Photography program are successful artists, commercial photographers, writers, and arts administrators. Many of our graduates have pursued graduate studies and have become curators, critics, art historians, and college/university professors. Photographic ServicesAs an enrolled senior photography student, you will receive 24-hour access to the darkrooms and computer facilities. There are two communal black and white darkrooms with 30 enlargers and two 20-inch processing machines, a lighting studio equipped with electronic flash and tungsten lighting systems, and copy and print finishing facilities. NSCAD also has a comprehensive selection of photo equipment including a range of digital and film cameras, light meters, tripods, and portable lighting kits. We also have a digital imaging studio equipped with Macintosh computers, scanners, a wide-format inkjet printer, and an Imacon medium format film scanner. Once you have completed Foundation Photography (FNDN 1320) you will acquire access to the darkroom and equipment services of the photography department (including laboratory and specialized production areas for black and white, colour,... [-]
Harrington College of Design’s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial Photography program focuses on teaching students how commercial photographers are merging their work with perspective, lighting and composition with the language of new media and taking the digital workflow to a whole new level. [+]
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial PhotographyHarrington College of Design’s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial Photography program focuses on teaching students how commercial photographers are merging their work with perspective, lighting and composition with the language of new media and taking the digital workflow to a whole new level.
OverviewHarrington's bachelor-level Commercial Photography degree program offers students the opportunity to learn the technical and aesthetic skills used in the creation of high-quality, commercially oriented photographic images. Students will also have the opportunity to learn image-editing software, professional digital capture systems and commercial lighting systems. Graduates will be expected to:... [-]
An estimated 300 million pictures are taken each day around the world, signaling the ubiquitous role of photography in our culture. But while almost anyone can take a photo, very few achieve great photography. [+]
Bachelor in Photography & ImagingAn estimated 300 million pictures are taken each day around the world, signaling the ubiquitous role of photography in our culture. But while almost anyone can take a photo, very few achieve great photography.Art Center’s Photography and Imaging Department helps photographers acquire the skills and creative fluency needed to create resonant visual documents, not just well crafted representations. Exceptional images can travel through space and time without losing their significance—whether they are displayed on a cellphone or on the side of a building.In addition to conceptual and studio classes, our students study technology, fine art, history and advertising, as well as courses in business planning, branding and marketing. Students can partner with peers from other majors through individual projects and corporate-sponsored Transdisciplinary Studios. Photography and Imaging students also collaborate with Designmatters on projects benefitting humanitarian organizations and providing insight into social issues.Our state-of-the-art traditional and digital labs support a wide variety of photographic processes. Students stay abreast of the continuous technical transformations impacting photography, including the ways images are captured, enhanced and distributed. Our program also dissects issues such as authorship and originality in relation to digital technologies.As a Photography and Imaging student, you will come to understand that what occurs before the click of the shutter is just as significant—if not more so—than what happens after. Our faculty of accomplished photographers will guide you in your development, helping you articulate your ideas and specific intentions within the larger context of image making’s future.... [-]