Digital images come in a variety of sizes, file types, and qualities. For this lesson, you will be learning how to identify and manipulate digital images correctly so that you have high quality images that you will be able to keep forever.
CMYK vs RGB
300 dpi vs 72 dpi (Resolution)
Vector vs raster images
Stock image sites
Distortion (holding shift)
Stealing imagery from Google or the Internet
Scanning with resolution
Quality of camera (amount of Mega pixels - millions of pixels)
Photography I is an upperclass course where students learn the basics of photography, including metering, lighting, and composing a dynamic composition within a picture plane. Students will use film and digital.