CIS 361: Digital Imaging – provides students with the opportunity to develop a thorough understanding of the theories of visual literacy, visual culture, and media criticism. This course focuses primarily upon the development of digital images and the theory surrounding that development, as well as the interpretation of imagery.
As a student in this course, you will develop a deeper understanding of digital imagery, image manipulation, and digital media production. You will also begin to grasp the more advanced concepts of effective design and visual communication. In addition, you will think more critically upon how digital media impacts our society.
Students must complete CIS 271 (Digital Media) prior to enrolling in CIS 361. This course is typically offered every other Autumn term.
Working with Camera Raw
Learn to Use the Crop Tool Like a Pro
Refine Edge CC 2014 (outdated)
Sample Text Description
Miss Representation Extended Trailer
Readings for Class:
The Facts on Crowd Size
The Case of the Russian Patriarch’s Missing Watch
NPR: Facebook Censors Iconic Photograph
CNN: Facebook Reinstates Vietnam War Photo
Why Facebook Removing Vietnam War Photo Is Important
The Importance of Ethics in Photography
Butterick’s Practical Typography
I Don’t Like It
Scenes Created Without Photoshop
Designing Logos That Don’t Suck
The Johnson Banks Flowchart
Grungy Scene Tutorial
Image Trace in Illustrator 6