Fall 07 Digital Photography Class Orientation
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  • 1. Digital Photography Mindy Holder, Instructor
  • 2. Syllabus
    • Textbook
  • 3. Course Outline
    • Chapters in Textbook
    • Various User Guides for Cameras
    • Supplemental Materials
      • Learning to See Creatively
      • Sports Photography
      • Landscape Photography
      • Night/Low Light Photography
      • Others
    • Using Photoshop to Edit Photos
    • Final Projects
  • 4. Course Policies
    • Academic Honesty
    • Attendance/Tardiness
    • Withdrawal from Class (Nov. 30 th )
    • Services for Students with Disabilities
    • Computer Usage Guidelines
    • Cell phones, mp3 players, pda’s, tobacco products
  • 5. Assignments/Evaluation
    • Every assignment will have a due date and method of evaluation
    • Late work will not be accepted without a meeting with instructor…still no guarantees!!
    • Many assignments/projects will be evaluated by your peers
  • 6. What is Expected of YOU
    • Attend Class
    • Be prepared for class
    • Turn in assignments when due
    • Participate in discussions
    • Be respectful of peers and instructor
    • Communicate problems with the instructor
  • 7. Contacting Me
    • 620-417-1356
    • [email_address]
    • Division Secretary, Diane (straight across the hall)
    • Office hours – posted outside my door
  • 8. Assignment
    • Fill out the Student Info Form and return to me before you leave class today
    • Read through the materials in your packet