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Photographic Imaging Technology

Photograph of Fan by Brian Kurtz

Photograph of Fan by Brian Kurtz, Adjunct Faculty

Composition, Color, and Craftsmanship define today's digital photographer. If you enjoy taking photographs - consider making it a career or taking classes for personal interest.

Photographers need to have a good eye for composition, imagination, and creativity, as well as a good technical understanding of photography. The LCC Photo Program can help you achieve your personal and/or professional goals.

The LCC Photo Program offers 18 courses ranging from the basics of camera operations, electronic imaging programs, lighting, and color to advanced courses in commercial illustration photography, portrait photography, and photojournalism.

Whether you are an amateur photographer who wants to get better or you are an aspiring professional photographer, the LCC Photo Program can help you achieve your goals.

NOTE: To finish an Associate's Degree or Certificate in Photography in the shortest possible time, you must enroll in PHOT111, PHOT112, PHOT113, and ARTS 102 in your first semester.

Grand Ledge's Lincoln Brick Park was the setting for LCC Photography's 2014 "Shot in the Dark" as 36 students, graduates, faculty and friends lit up the night for this annual project. The group captured a dramatic photo amidst abandoned buildings using a process called Painting With Light. A tripod-mounted camera with an 80+ second exposure was used while participants used flashes and flashlights to illuminate the scene. There have been five Shot in the Dark productions since 2008 in such locations as Francis Park, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Turner-Dodge Mansion, and the LCC Shigematsu Gardens.

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