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Folsom Lake College

Beginning Digital Photo Imagery ( ARTNM 328 )

This course is an introduction to computer-based photographic imaging with emphasis on utilizing cutting edge digital imaging tools to realize design objects. Basic operating principles of Adobe Photoshop are covered. Topics include scanning, basic photo correction, selections, layer basics, adjustment layers, basic masking and channels, typography, vector drawings, and compositing. Design fundamentals are discussed. Topics include positive and negative space relationship, unity, balance, and basic color theory. Concept development is also introduced.

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Folsom Lake College

Intermediate Digital Photo Imagery ( ARTNM 330 )

This course introduces the intermediate techniques of digital photo imagery in Adobe Photoshop. Topics include the terminology of digital photo imaging, intermediate masking, channel and curve techniques, photomontage history and techniques, intermediate black and white techniques, issues surrounding dynamic range, color correction, features of the Action and History palettes, exploration of Layer Blending Modes, printing and/or transferring images onto various different media, working with large format images, and commercial printers.

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Folsom Lake College

Introduction to Web Design ( ARTNM 401 )

This course introduces technical and conceptual aspects of creating interactive visual media for screen-based delivery. It concentrates on designing standards-based web sites and applying standardized best practices to web design. The course introduces the basics of layout for visual communication by tightly integrating the design concepts with technical execution in a web environment. Industry-standard authoring tools are applied. Meaning and validity of interactivity are closely examined.

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Folsom Lake College

Digital Photography ( ARTPH 305 )

This is a course in basic digital photography. Topics include digital camera functions, exposure systems using f-stop and shutter speed combinations, digital shooting practices, photographic composition and aesthetics, editing tools and software, and print portfolio development. It also includes issues in contemporary photography and the history of photography. Digital cameras with adjustable f-stops and shutter speeds, camera memory cards, and re-writable memory devices are required. Field trips may be required.

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Columbia College

Digital Photography ( ARTS 152 )

Introduction to digital photographic imagery. Students explore a variety of creative techniques for digital artists and graphic designers. Students learn the fundamentals of digital camera operations and a variety of creative techniques for manipulating photographic images. Topics include a digital portfolio of images for presentation that includes: still life, self-portraits, documentation, landscape, special effect, surrealism, night photography and more. Digital camera required (adjustable, high end; not a point and shoot).

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Monterey Peninsula College

INTRO TO FILM/VIDEO ( ARTV 1 )



   

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Ohlone College

Introduction to Electronic Media ( BRDC-120 )



   

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Ohlone College

Radio Programming and Marketing ( BRDC-128 )



   

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Ohlone College

Broadcast Announcing ( BRDC-130 )



   

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Ohlone College

Live TV Studio Production ( BRDC-148 )



   

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Chaffey College

Beginning Audio Production ( BRDCAST-55 )

Introduction to the theory and practice of audio production for radio, television, film and digital recording applications. Students gain basic knowledge of applied audio concepts, production workflow, equipment functions, and audio editing software.

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Chaffey College

Beginning TV Studio Production ( BRDCAST-62 )

Theory, terminology and operation of a multi-camera studio and control room. Students coordinate cameras and on-screen performers, and collaborate with production crew members and master control-room personnel to produce, direct, and edit multi-camera studio productions.

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Chaffey College

High Definition Cinematography ( BRDCAST-74 )

Visual theory, techniques, and methodology of high-definition cinematography applied to the production of dynamic television stories. Students collaboratively produce and/or edit a high-definition video project.

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Los Angeles Valley College

Fundamentals of Television and Radio Broadcasting ( BRDCSTG 001 )

Fundamentals of Television and Radio Broadcasting

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Los Angeles Pierce College

Fundamentals of Television and Radio Broadcasting ( BRDCSTG 001 )

Fundamentals Of Television And Radio Broadcasting

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Los Angeles Valley College

Voice and Dictation for Radio and Television ( BRDCSTG 003 )

This class focuses on microphone experience in developing and improving effective voice techniques for radio, television, cable, the internet voice over announcing

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Los Angeles Valley College

Radio and Television Acting ( BRDCSTG 005 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Radio Programming and Production ( BRDCSTG 010 )



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Los Angeles Pierce College

Radio Programming & Production ( BRDCSTG 010 )

Radio Programming And Production

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Los Angeles Pierce College

Field Work I - Broadcasting ( BRDCSTG 081 )

Field Work I - Broadcasting

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Los Angeles Pierce College

Voice and Diction for Radio and Television ( BRDCSTG 103 )

In this course, students will gain microphone experience as well as learn skills to improve effective vocal techniques for radio, TV, cable and Internet voice over announcing. Students may also receive an opportunity to create programming for the campus radio station or Internet radio station.

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Los Angeles Valley College

Digital Audio Editing and Production ( BRSCSTG 011 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Introduction to Voice Over ( BRSCSTG 017 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Introductory Radio/Television Activities ( BRSCSTG 022 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Beginning Radio/Television Activities ( BRSCSTG 022-1 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Advanced Radio/Television Activities ( BRSCSTG 022-2 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Radio/TV/Film Writing ( BRSCSTG 025 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Advanced Television Acting and Directing ( BRSCSTG 045 )



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Fresno City College

SOC MEDIA AND TECH ( BT 33 )



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Porterville College

Digital Imaging ( CGRA P112 )

Total lecture 36 hours, laboratory 54 hours. This introductory course will teach basic theory and techniques for producing art and design using the computer. The student will work with digital imaging and graphics software applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign to create bitmap images and vector graphics for art projects in print media and the digital environment. Required for the Commercial Art AA, and recommended for the Studio Art AA-T. C-ID ARTS 250 (A/CSU)

   

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Los Angeles City College

Introduction to Motion Picture Production ( CINEMA 001 )

A comprehensive introduction to single camera motion picture production, film/video techniques and equipment. Proper procedures are explained and demonstrated for the use of cameras, lenses, filters, lights, microphones, audio recorders and other motion picture equipment. Attention is also given to production planning, shot compistion, editing, mixing and post production.

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Los Angeles City College

Beginning Motion Picture Workshop ( CINEMA 002 )

Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking. Each student will be responsible for making several short films in digital video. This course provides and introduction to the theory, terminology and operation of single camera video production, including composition and editing techniques, camera and recorder operation, portable lighting, audio control and basic editing. This course focuses on the aesthetics and fundamentals of storyboarding, producing, directing for local single camera production as well as postproduction and exhibition.

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Los Angeles Mission College

History of Motion Pictures ( CINEMA 003 )

Covers classics and important films from the birth of the medium to the present time. Films are screened and discussed with regard to their cultural influence. The course follows the evolution of the art, industry and technology involved in movie making.

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Los Angeles Pierce College

History of Motion Pictures ( CINEMA 003 )

This course examines classics and important films from the birth of the medium to the present time. Films are screened and discussed with regard to their cultural influence. The course follows the evolution of the art, economics, industry and technology involved in movie making.

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Los Angeles City College

Introduction to Cinematography ( CINEMA 006 )



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Los Angeles City College

Advanced Cinematography And Creative Techniques ( CINEMA 007 )



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Los Angeles City College

Beginning Motion Picture Sound Production ( CINEMA 009-1 )



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Los Angeles City College

Intermediate Motion Picture Sound And Post Production Sound Design ( CINEMA 009-2 )



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Los Angeles City College

Introduction to Film Directing ( CINEMA 010 )



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Los Angeles City College

Digital Video Production Workshop I ( CINEMA 033-1 )



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Los Angeles City College

Digital Video Production Workshop II ( CINEMA 033-2 )



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Los Angeles City College

Motion Picture Stage Grip ( CINEMA 038-1 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Beginning Film Production ( CINEMA 101 )



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Los Angeles Valley College

Diversity in Cinema ( CINEMA 103 )



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Los Angeles Pierce College

History of Documentary Film ( CINEMA 104 )

This course presents a historical overview of the art and craft of documentary and non-fiction films from the silent era to contemporary times, both American and foreign, with an emphasis on the 'classics', propaganda, educational, docudrama, and avant-garde.

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Los Angeles Valley College

History of Motion Pictures ( CINEMA 105 )



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Los Angeles Pierce College

Understanding Motion Pictures ( CINEMA 107 )

This course provides students with an analytical critical survey of motion pictures as an art form and communication medium via screenings, lectures, readings about 'classic' and contemporary films, American and foreign, theatrical and non-theatrical.

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Los Angeles Pierce College

History of Animation ( CINEMA 113 )

This course provides students with an overview of the art and craft of animation from the silent era to present day, with an emphasis on classic theatrical and serial programming, both foreign and domestic, including such techniques as: hand drawn, stop motion, and computer-generated animation.

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College of the Canyons

Film Aesthetics ( CINEMA 120 )

Surveys the motion picture both as a medium of mass communication and as a developing art form. Analyzes representative feature films as to genre, technique, aesthetics, and sociological impact.

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College of the Canyons

Film Aesthetics ( CINEMA 120 )

Surveys the motion picture both as a medium of mass communication and as a developing art form. Analyzes representative feature films as to genre, technique, aesthetics, and sociological impact.

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