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Added support for additional Canon camerasEOS M50 Mark II, EOS R5, EOS R6, EOS Ra, EOS 850D, EOS-1D X Mark III, EOS M200, EOS 90D, EOS M6 Mark II, PowerShot G5 X Mark II, PowerShot G7 X Mark III, EOS 250D, EOS RP, PowerShot SX70 HS, EOS R, EOS M50, EOS 2000D, EOS 4000D, EOS 6D Mark II, EOS 200D, EOS 77D, EOS 800D, EOS 5D Mark IV, EOS-1D X Mark II, EOS 80D,EOS 1300D, EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R, EOS 760D, EOS 750D, EOS 7D Mark IIFor a full list of supported camera visit darkroomsoftware.com
BCA's darkroom is a traditional black and white darkroom for film and print processing, using low-toxicity Eco-Pro chemicals. There is space provided for experimenting with alternative historic processes, matt cutting, and zine making. The digital lab offers color-calibrated iMac workstations with Adobe Creative Cloud software, Epson V700/V800 film scanners, and three large format Epson printers with archival printing capability up to 44 inches. Additional per-sheet fees apply for digital paper and ink.
If you're a professional photographer, Darkroom is a great piece of software to have in your collection. It's very user friendly and easy to learn, and has many options and functions for your photography. I also like the dropbox intergration. I use dropbox a lot for getting my files online and sharing them or accessing them elsewhere, so being able to easily get them from Darkroom to Dropbox is very nice. And their greenscreen editing is a nice feature as well. Highly recommend Darkroom.
A beginning level course that explores the fundamentals of photography. PHOTO 200 Photo Studio I (3) PHOTO 200 is a beginning level course focused on the aesthetics and practical application of photography. Employing lectures, demonstrations and hands-on photographic assignments, it concentrates on teaching basic photographic techniques. Digital and film camera use, imaging software, basic digital scanning, digital printing methods, and basic darkroom practice are covered. A digital camera and access to a 35mm film camera is required.Grading is based on the quality of work in required creative projects (70%) and tests/quizzes (30%).PHOTO 200 will be offered fall and spring semesters.PHOTO 100 is the prerequisite for PHOTO 200.
Students will learn aspects of photographic image making by capturing, processing, editing, retouching, digital printing, archiving, using digital images in the traditional darkroom, and manipulating of digital photographs with the emphasis on learning specialized software techniques beyond the usual Photoshop fare. Through a series of learning problems, students will focus on developing new skills and knowledge needed to accomplish techniques used in the creation of photo-based digital imagery. These skills include previsualization of images, camera techniques for images that require post-processing (such as stacking), shooting practices for enhanced digital workflow and choosing the image post-processing techniques most appropriate for the end-use of images, color management, digital printing and the use of digital images in the traditional darkroom. With awareness and knowledge of the total process, they will synthesize photographic shooting practices with computer-based image post-processing for creative, and professionally oriented image-making results. They will develop creative, critical and conceptual sensibilities needed to discuss and evaluate their work and the work of others using these methods. Students will identify, research, and analyze effective professional and creative practices in the field of photography with emphasis on developing skillful digital post-processing techniques. The shift to digital imaging has raised ethical challenges in photography-reliant fields such as the arts, sciences, advertising, and journalism. Students will analyze and assess factors necessary to recognize in making ethical image-making decisions. In the darkroom, students will learn to integrate their digital photography with traditional and historic photographic processes blending digital and analog techniques.
This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to the graphic design industry. It is intended to serve as a starting point for several pathways including Digital Media, Graphics and Printing, 3D Animation and Game Development. This includes instruction and hands-on assignments in the following areas: creative design & layout, typography, color, related software, and computer and professional skills.
Teaches the principles of typographic design and communication, type selection, and type terminology. Addresses typographic history and the use of typography in contemporary design including its relationship to layout and grid structure. Teaches skills to allow students to professionally set type using industry standard software.Software fee of $12 applies. Lab access fee of $26 for computers applies. 2b1af7f3a8