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Learning outcomes of the course
Student understands how a camera works. Student can take technically and aestethically solid digital photographs. Student knows basic principles of digital image acquisition. Student understands basic digital photography workflow. Student can improve digital photographs with software tools.
Digital cameras and image acquisition technologies
Principles of good photography
Photography lighting skills
Software tools for digital imaging: improving digital photographs through image processing
Digital photography workflow
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basics of ICT technology, WWW-multimedia or related skills
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
-Excellent (5): The student can creatively apply and adapt the use of advanced properties of photographic tools and techniques with goal-oriented approach to present high-quality digital photographs. Student also shows intuition and aesthetics in photographic composition skills. The student can give thorough feedback as well as technical advice to other students on their digital photographs.
-Good (3-4): The student can apply the knowledge concerning photographic tools and techniques with goal-oriented approach to present good quality digital photographs. The student can give good feedback to other students on their digital photographs.
-Satisfactory (1-2): The Student demonstrates skill and knowledge in the basic use of the photographic tools and techniques. The can give feedback to other students on their digital photographs.