Portfolio Review Requirements
Foundations of Photography I
An online exam is the first of a two-step review for Foundations of Photography I. If a student obtains a score on the exam that indicates an understanding of foundational concepts, the student will be provided with a link to upload a digital portfolio. Photography faculty members will then review the student's portfolio and the student will receive feedback within 14 business days.
If you are a student with photography experience, please contact Jenn Jones at email@example.com for access to the exam.
Foundations of Photography II
10-15 inkjet prints which exhibit a good contrast range, a full tonal range for black & white images, and accurate color.
Images should demonstrate:
- An understanding of basic camera controls including shutter speed / time & aperture / depth of field.
- A basic understanding of the usage of light and space in their images.
- A basic understanding of framing and composition.
- Images should portray a theme or idea from one or two projects/series
Students should be able to discuss their visual choices and the meaning of their images.
Digital Imaging I
To have Digital Imaging I waived or to transfer in an equivalent course, students must take an exam. This exam has two parts, a written portion and a Photoshop portion. The exam will test the student’s proficiency in areas covered in the Digital Imaging I course.
Introduction to Lighting
- 15-20 mix of color and black & white digital prints
- One cohesive project is preferred
- The portfolio should show:
- ability to use applied studio lighting as an expressive tool
- ability to effectively light portraits and still life in the studio
- ability to use applied lighting on location
If you have questions or want to schedule a review for Foundations II, Digital Imaging I, or Introduction to Lighting, Contact Jenn Jones, Academic Coordinator.