CURRENT SEMESTER COURSES
FALL 2018

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES

***The below course requires new Photography majors to attend an orientation on: 
Wednesday, 8/15 at 5 p.m. in Room 515   and Thursday, 8/16 at 11:30 a.m. in Room 515. 

PHOT 111 F Introduction to Photography from Analog to Digital
A comprehensive introduction to digital photography. Learn how to operate and master your digital camera. This course also includes an introduction to Adobe Photoshop, color correcting, web prep, and printing digital images. Students may use a variety of digital cameras including point and shoot as well as digital DSLRs. *This course qualifies students to continue with any advanced professional digital/studio classes.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit) AA GE, CSU GE
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11432 W & F 8:30am – 11:40am LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 514
12687 W & F 12:30pm – 3:40pm LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 514
11433 M & W 5:00pm – 08:10pm Mayer, Anthony Humanities FC 514
 13229  T & TH  7:00pm – 10:20pm  Fitch , Wannelle  Humanities FC 514

PHOT 114 F Professional Portrait Photography I 

Prerequisite: PHOT 111 F with a grade of “C” or better.

This course will focus on skills required to become a professional portrait/people photographer.  Emphasis will be on using strobe lighting, posing, photo retouching, color imaging, and project workflow. Photographic subjects will include beauty, theatrical, commercial, fashion, and family portrait.  Students are required to have a DSLR camera with full manual capabilities including external flash capabilities.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11434 S 9:00am – 03:40pm LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 517

PHOT 214 F Professional Portrait II 3 Units 

Prerequisite: PHOT 114 F with grade of “C” or better.

This course will emphasize advanced portrait techniques to advance and refine portrait photography skills in preparation for client portfolio. Students will begin to define areas of portrait photography specialization.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
12303 S 9:00am – 03:40pm LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 517

PHOT 216 F Advanced Digital Photography

(Advisory: PHOT 111 F) 

This course is designed to provide the student with advanced knowledge of digital photography. The integration of technical skills and aesthetic expression will be emphasized. This course introduces students to Adobe Lightroom and the use of the Wacom tablet. Students will explore a variety of subjects including portraiture, industrial scientific, landscape, directorial, photojournalism and fineart photography. Students may use a variety of digital cameras including point and shoot as well as DSLR’s.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11435 R 9:20am – 4:00pm LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 514

PHOT 217 F Applied Digital Photography
Prerequisite: PHOT 216 F with a grade of “C” or better.
This course is designed to provide students with the skills to apply advanced digital photography techniques towards a professional portfolio presentation and prepare a strategy for career development.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
12106 R 9:20am – 4:00pm LaMontia, Melody Humanities FC 514

ANALOG (FILM) PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES

***The below course requires new Photography majors to attend an orientation on: 
Wednesday, 8/15 at 5 p.m. in Room 515   and Thursday, 8/16 at 11:30 a.m. in Room 515. 

PHOT 101 F Introduction to Photography

This course covers the historical, cultural and aesthetic foundations of photography. Students have the opportunity to acquire knowledge of traditional film photography. Students must provide their own 35mm cameras with full manual capabilities.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit) AA GE, CSU GE
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11418 M & W 12:20pm – 3:30pm Minton, Jeffery Humanities FC 517
11417 T & TH 10:10am – 1:20pm Maher, Anthony Humanities FC 517
11419 M & W 3:40pm – 6:50pm Minton, Jeffery Humanities FC 517
11416 M & W 7:00pm – 10:10pm Stroll, Susan Humanities FC 517

PHOT 103 F Intermediate Photography
Advisory: PHOT 101 F
This course is an introduction to the use of the 4″ x 5″ film view camera and advanced film techniques. Film processing, darkroom lab, and lighting techniques will be emphasized. Students will learn to use the camera and lighting to photograph products, people and architectural subjects. Students must provide their own 35mm camera with adjustable aperture, shutter speed and focus.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11422 T & TH 4:00pm – 7:10pm Minton, Jeffery Humanities FC 517

PHOT 109 F Portrait Photography
Advisory: PHOT 101 F
This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of portrait styles and techniques. The student will work with both natural and hot lights while learning the possibilities and limitations of both. Students will have an opportunity to investigate and imitate the styles of well-known portrait photographers. Students must provide their own 35mm film camera with adjustable aperture, shutter speed and focus.

  • 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
11402 T & TH 7:20pm – 9:50pm Minton, Jeffery Humanities FC 517

GENERAL ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES

PHOT 199 F Photography
Independent Study

This course is designed for students who wish to increase their knowledge of photography through individual study. Projects with written reports ad outside reading are required. Student is required to fill out contract with instructor as to specific project.

  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 1-3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

PHOT 224 F Business Practices Photography

This course focuses on advanced business practices for professional photographers including both commercial and fineart photography. This course will include lectures on business operations, legal responsibilities, branding, contracts, estimates, copyright, project workflows, and business promotion.

  • 54 hours lecture
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units
CRN Day Time Instructor Room
13794 T 1:00pm – 4:10pm  Wannelle – Fitch
Humanities FC 514

PHOT 290 F Internship in Photography I
Student is required to have found an established internship to take this course.
18 hours lecture and 85-270 hours of supervised employment or unpaid internship per term.

  • Hybrid Course
  • 18 hours lecture 90 – 270 hours lab
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units

Please check class schedule on Fullerton College Website for CRN and class schedule Or contact Melody La Montia at mlamontia@fullcoll.edu


PHOT 291 F Internship in Photography II
Prerequisite: PHOT 290 F with a grade of “C” or better.
Student is required to have found an established internship to take this course.
18 hours lecture and 85-270 hours of supervised employment or unpaid internship per term.

This course will further prepare students for the next level of career exploration. Topics will include networking, interviewing skills, and clarifying employer/client expectations.

  • Hybrid Course
  • 18 hours lecture 90 – 270 hours lab
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units

Please check class schedule on Fullerton College Website for CRN and class schedule Or contact Melody La Montia at mlamontia@fullcoll.edu


PHOT 292 F Internship in Photography III
Prerequisite: PHOT 291 F with a grade of “C” or better.
18 hours lecture and 85-270 hours of supervised employment or unpaid internship per term.

This course is designed to give the students the skills needed to market themselves as professionals in photography related industries.

  • Hybrid course
  • 18 hours lecture 90 – 270 hours lab
  • (CSU)(Degree Credit)
  • 3 Units

Please check class schedule on Fullerton College Website for CRN and class schedule Or contact Melody La Montia at mlamontia@fullcoll.edu