ICM 500 - Images for Interactive Media
 
(3 cr.) Professional media production involves creating a consistent vision for a concept or company. In a world of continuously streaming screens, visual communication begins with an understanding and command of the static shot. As digital photography makes image creation instantaneous and commonplace, revisiting traditional photographic and filmmaking processes develops more formal skills and disciplines. In this course, students use different photographic tools and image editing applications to develop a unique interactive vision across multiple digital environments. They explore different technologies and forms from the shutter, iris and contact sheet to Instagrams, Twitpics, Snapchats and Vines. They read different theories of the image from Cartier-Bresson and Adams to Berger and Sontag. As Needed
 
Sessions

Summer 1 2014