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Color Theory for Photographers
9 weeks | $425 | Hybrid (Live Online and Online Asynchronous)

This course will cover the basics of color science and color theory, including the language of color, color primaries, the color wheel, and color relationships. These concepts will be framed in a way that is relevant for photographers especially in composition, control of mood, and image processing. Some additional topics include the importance of memory color, light source, light directionality, and special topics such as photographing glass, water, and metal.

Please make note of the Live Online meeting times which can be viewed by clicking the "+" symbol below.

Quarters Offered: Spring | Hybrid (Live Online and Online Asynchronous)
Course Fee: $425
Prerequisite: none
Materials/Software/Hardware: Fully adjustable DSLR camera, prosumer camera, or digital camera. Image editing software.
Note: Elective course for Photography: Images and Techniques professional certificate.
Contact: For more information about this course, please email unex-digital@ucsd.edu.

Course Number: ART-40732
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)