MUL336 2-D Graphic Imaging
Lead Faculty: Mr. Brian J Arnold
An intermediate course in computer-aided photographic manipulation and the merging of vector and raster graphic files used in web authoring and print design. Students produce images in a variety of digital formats, applying aesthetic and composition design principles. Covers technological limitations of Internet graphics. Software instruction is in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Identify and use photographic art principles applied to web page site design and construction.
- Compare and contrast web images to print photographs.
- Recognize and implement still photography principles as they apply to the various screen sizes and characteristics of web sites.
- Analyze the use of color as an aesthetic quality necessary to convey visual information.
- Implement images to meet specific communication goals, including those of advertising, instruction, and entertainment.
- In Illustrator and PhotoShop, demonstrate proficiency in manipulation of scanned photos, digital images and screen captures using alpha channel adjustment, masking methods, and colorizing techniques.