It wasn’t until the break of the 2000s when digitally edited imagery became a quasi-norm in the designer’s arsenal. Gone were the days of expensive programs and printer drivers that were geared toward only one operating system; the flexibility of Windows and design packages offered by Adobe helped usher in a new set of designers that were totally competent creating media for print and through web presences.
This class pushed students to explore creating media for print and digital formats, prepping works for a multitude of uses, and took otherwise expensive-to-print items into a world of digital mock-ups.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
• Compose individual images as well as collage.
• Categorize fields of photography as applied to digital imaging.
• Put into action photo editing software on images captured through scanning, camera or internet.
• Show proficiency in preparing files for the web and print output.