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1 Digital Photography and Imaging Section B.93 12/16/2015 Ontario College Diploma (2 Years - 4 Semesters ) (1093) : : : Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada PROGRAM OVERVIEW This two-year program will provide instruction geared towards professional digital image capture, digital manipulation, lighting, and production of high quality photographic images that adhere to industry standards for use in print and electronic media. Students will use current photographic technologies including cameras, lighting equipment, and computer hardware and software. Also, students will focus on producing images using design and compositional techniques for high aesthetic value and effective visual communication. By combining the fundamentals of photography with professional digital imaging techniques students will gain the skills necessary to meet industry standards. Throughout the program, students will build on their own creativity and interests. With focus on technique and creative exploration, our mission is to remove any barriers between the student`s imagination and the final image. The skills developed will provide students with numerous career options as well as entrepreneurial capabilities. From our first graduating class, Sault College students have proven to not only be well prepared for the industry but have excelled. We have graduates finding success on the national and even international stage. Where possible, this program will take advantage of the unique opportunities that the College and our unique geographic lication provides, such as aerial/aviation photography, food photography, wildlife and lanscape photography. Students may have the opportunity to be involved in applied research projects. Please see the `Applied Research Centre` section for more information relating to the Sault College Applied Research Centre. Check out the great works of photography student Jeff McKersie. ADMISSIONS MINIMUM ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS Ontario Secondary School Diploma or Mature Student Status. CAREER PATHS The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: Capture professional quality images using the appropriate equipment and techniques. Utilize design elements and lighting techniques to capture images that communicate effectively. Create and edit well-designed and technically sound digital images using industry standard software. Finish and distribute images in a format that meets the needs of clients. Critically evaluate the effectiveness of images in written and verbal formats. Develop a portfolio that demonstrates creative and professional skills and abilities in digital image capture and editing. Communicate effectively with clients and suppliers to provide high quality services. Participate in ongoing professional development and adhere to ethical and industry standards. Develop a business plan for the establishment and operation of a photographic services company. OTHER INFORMATION For more information contact Program Coordinator Frank Salituri at ext 2793 or

2 PROGRAM OF STUDY SEMESTER 1 CMM115-3 Communications I PHT100-2 History of Photography and Imaging PHT101-3 Introduction to Studio Lighting and Equipment PHT102-5 Photography 1 PHT103-4 Digital Imaging 1 PHT104-3 Introduction to Design SEMESTER 2 PHT200-5 Photography 2 PHT201-4 Digital Imaging 2 PHT202-2 Business 1 PHT203-3 Visual Communications PHT204-3 Industrial and Commercial Photography PHT205-3 Special Photography Workshop 1 GEN100-3 Global Citizenship SEMESTER 3 PHT300-4 Photography 3 PHT301-3 Digital Imaging 3 PHT302-3 Web Design 1 PHT303-4 PhotoJournalism and Documentary Photography PHT305-3 Special Photography Workshop 2 Select one of the following: GAS103: What in the World is Going On? GAS109: Music and Pop Culture GAS116: Your Two Cents GEN110: Student Selected General Education HDG122: Personal and Academic Success Strategies SSC102: Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples of Canada Note: *Students must choose one of the identified Student Selected General Education Courses SEMESTER 4 PHT400-4 Introduction to Video Photography PHT401-3 Digital Imaging 4 PHT402-4 Web Design 2 PHT403-3 Professional Practice and Personal Selling PHT404-6 Portfolio Development Course Descriptions Semester 1 Communications I (CMM115) (3 credits) The focus of this course is paragraph writing. Students will produce effective, college-level expository/response paragraphs by developing analytical skills to select and properly integrate electronic and other research materials. Writing components such as grammar, sentence structure, paragraph development, editing, and referencing are included.

3 History of Photography and Imaging (PHT100) (2 credits) Students will focus on the development and practice of historical photography with particular emphasis on photography s development as an art. In studying the work of a number of great photographers students will learn to appreciate the rich history of work and see the wide range of possibilities of artistic expression possible with the camera medium. Students will also have the opportunity to study in depth the style and art of a particular photographer who appeals to their own interest and to create their own digital work reflecting photography based on a historical context. Introduction to Studio Lighting and Equipment (PHT101) (3 credits) This entry-level course will introduce students to the equipment found in a photography studio. Instruction will be provided on use of lights and lighting techniques, use of backdrops, basic lighting for product, portraiture, and group scenarios. The content and skills attained in this course will be a prerequisite for future courses in the program. Photography 1 (PHT102) (5 credits) This course introduces students to the basics of digital photography. Emphasis is placed on understanding the technical aspects of a digital camera and how it is used to create effective visual communication. To this end students will learn how to use all camera controls and both natural and artificial light in order to have in depth control over their own images. Digital Imaging 1 (PHT103) (4 credits) Students will learn the basic skills to manipulate photographic images and will learn procedures for production workflow. This course will give students the foundation for industry standard imaging applications. Introduction to Design (PHT104) (3 credits) This course will begin to explore important elements of design by studying past and contemporary photographic work. Students learn elements of design such as, perspective, line, colour, texture and form and explore how they are used to communicate an idea or concept. Students will be able to utilize this design knowledge in their own work. Semester 2 Photography 2 (PHT200) (5 credits) This course will build on knowledge gained in Photography 1 and students will look in more depth all aspects of the camera functions, lens use and design, peripheral equipment, and lighting. The development of the camera and the change from film to digital will be studied so students can appreciate and understand all operations of photography. Digital Imaging 2 (PHT201) (4 credits) This course will build on skills learned in Digital Imaging 1 and will strengthen the imaging skills commonly used by professional photographers in the course of editing and correcting their images. This course will expand student s knowledge of post-production techniques related to printing and file formatting to electronic media. Business 1 (PHT202) (2 credits) Students will learn basic business practices from copyright law, business cards, brochures advertising, and use of web sites. Where to submit photographs for publication will be studied as well as building a stock file. Also students will be taught about keeping track of finances, and income, how to price work, set up contracts, and use of model releases. Visual Communications (PHT203) (3 credits) This course introduces students to the broad process of visual communication and its application in the photographic imaging industry. Students will examine how images are designed to work at communicating

4 ideas or concepts effectively and the role photographs play in society as a whole. Industrial and Commercial Photography (PHT204) (3 credits) This course will focus on studio and location photography with the use of continuous and strobe/flash artificial light so students can learn to photograph for industrial and commercial clients. Wedding, architecture, and sport photography will be some of the topics covered. Special Photography Workshop 1 (PHT205) (3 credits) This workshop style class will take advantage of available experts in the photography industry. Special workshops may include nature photography, architectural photography, portraiture, fashion as well as guest lectures from suppliers, and related industry professionals to aid, guide and inspire photography students in their future careers. Global Citizenship (GEN100) (3 credits) The world we are living in is one in which local, national and international issues are interwoven, and the need for us to understand the impact these issues can have on our lives has never been greater! Using a socio-cultural, political and environmental lens, students will view how the world is changing and how to become active agents of change from the local to international level. Important issues such as social injustice, poverty, environmental protection, resource scarcity, sustainability, and health will be addressed. Global citizenship is an opportunity to `Be the Change`. This course meets the Civic Life and Social and Cultural Understanding General Education themes. Semester 3 Photography 3 (PHT300) (4 credits) This course builds on the knowledge and skills developed in Photography 1 and 2. Through project based assignments students can apply their creativity and visual communications skills. A wide variety of types of photography can be employed and students can focus on their own particular interest. Digital Imaging 3 (PHT301) (3 credits) This course builds on the skills required for the development of complex manipulations of photo realistic images. Photography 3 focuses on techniques for on-location shooting and lighting. Photo retouching, and photo-restoration skills used by imaging professionals will be acquired. Students will make technically sound, visually seamless, and aesthetically effective images for printed or electronic portfolio. Web Design 1 (PHT302) (3 credits) Students will learn how to develop basic web pages with a particular focus on photography s role and use in websites. PhotoJournalism and Documentary Photography (PHT303) (4 credits) Students will study the increasingly far-reaching role of photojournalism. Web blogging and web news sites will be looked at as well as the traditional newspaper, magazine and book photojournalism. By studying existing work and by producing work themselves students will learn the basics of good photojournalism practice and documentary photography. Special Photography Workshop 2 (PHT305) (3 credits) This workshop style class continues from Special Photography Workshop 1 and will take advantage of available experts in the photography industry. Special workshops may include nature photography, architectural photography, portraiture, fashion as well as guest lectures from suppliers, and related industry professionals to aid, guide and inspire photography students in their future careers. What in the World is Going On? (GAS103) (3 credits) This course will give you the opportunity to build a strong awareness of current global issues. You will explore various media such as radio, TV, internet, newspaper, and magazines. Through discussions,

5 debates, and presentations, students will focus on the main international headlines. Students will discover and develop a view and understanding of the impact of events related to music, entertainment, fashion, sports, politics, economics, world issues, and human-interest stories. Music and Pop Culture (GAS109) (3 credits) This course will give students the opportunity to think creatively and critically about the influence of popular music. Students will explore different music genres (rock, metal, hip hop and rap), their development and social significance. Students may explore music in film, commercials, war and protest, social and civil rights movements, and the contributions of specific artists to contemporary culture. The ways in which popular music has contributed to the current culture and, in turn, how culture has shaped popular music will be examined. Your Two Cents (GAS116) (3 credits) No matter one s lifestyle, income or background, each person has experienced and developed practices to how we relate to money. This course explores our relationship and personal understanding with money, and its place and value in our culture and individual lives. Student Selected General Education (GEN110) (3 credits) For Transfer Credit Purposes only. Personal and Academic Success Strategies (HDG122) (3 credits) This course will prepare you for the rigors of academic life and enable you to develop a personal profile for college and career success. The main focus of this course will include accepting personal responsibility, discovering self-motivation, mastering self-management, employing interdependence, gaining self-awareness, adopting lifelong learning and developing emotional intelligence. In addition, you will develop and produce a `Personal Profile` that will identify your personal learning style, communication style, and personality style to enable you to achieve success in learning about, understanding, and choosing the courses and careers that will lead to personal and professional satisfaction. Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples of Canada (SSC102) (3 credits) This course will provide the participants with an introduction to the history and cultural survival of Canada`s Aboriginal people. Aboriginal worldview will be identified and discussed in both historical and modern perspectives. Students will review colonization, government policies and legislation, which provide a foundation for understanding modern Aboriginal life in Canada. Semester 4 Introduction to Video Photography (PHT400) (4 credits) Video camera functions and operation will be studied as well as basic video lighting. The application of video to traditional and digital medium will be the focus. Digital Imaging 4 (PHT401) (3 credits) This course builds on the skills developed in Digital Imaging 3, including advanced techniques for the professional photographer and imaging technician. Students will learn through project-based assignments that will challenge them to solve complex imaging problems and produce high quality professional images with an emphasis on production values and efficient production. Web Design 2 (PHT402) (4 credits) This is a continuation of Web Design 1. Students will learn more advanced website building skills with the focus on photographic use. Professional Practice and Personal Selling (PHT403) (3 credits) Students will build on their skills in the entrepreneurial side of a photographic practice. Topics included are: creating a business plan, sourcing and acquiring funding, financial planning, management functions,

6 and developing relationships with suppliers, employees and subcontractors. Also, a current, industry study will be part of the course. Portfolio Development (PHT404) (6 credits) In this course, students have the opportunity to work on projects and assignments developed specifically for inclusion in their portfolios. With guidance from the instructors, students are encouraged to focus their efforts in the area of photographic imaging that interests them most.

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