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Credit hours: 3--Contact hours: 90

Course number:
ART 216

Photography and Film Production

Prerequisite: Black & White Photography I

Course description:
Designed for students who have taken a university level photo I class and are comfortable with black and white film processing and printing and who wish to move on to more advanced investigations of black and white and alternative photographic processes.

Photographic material/Supplies:
Students are expected to have a 35mm camera which permits manual adjustment of shutter speeds and apertures. Students will also be required to purchase their own b/w film and paper for the class. Students will shoot a minimum of 15 and likely up to 20 rolls of 36 exposure film. Unless you are set on a particular film I would suggest a 400 ASA film to start (for black and white film, use one of the following: Kodak Tri-X or Ilford HP5).
15-20 rolls black and white film (Kodak Tri-X or Ilford HP5 100 + sheets 9 x 12” black and white paper (Ilford Multigrade FB, matt or glossy surface) 
Negative sleeves 15-20
Folder or binder for storing negatives
Large folder or envelope for turning in photo projects
Journal—can be hard bound or soft cover
Towel (used for the darkroom)
Photo apron (optional) – I suggest not wearing “good clothing” on the days that you will be working in the darkroom or developing film.
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Gloria Marco Munuera
prof. Marco Munuera
Gloria Marco Munuera was born in Spain. She is an art/photographer who uses digital and alternative techniques within photography. She holds a PhD in Fine Arts-Photography from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. She also graduated with a MFA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and an MA in Photography from the Libera Accademia of Art in Florence, Italy.
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