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On Looking 7:39pm, 15 January 2015
Below are your weekly reading assignments for both versions 5th Edition and 4th Edition of the course textbook. I have indicated in parenthesis the week you are scheduled to read the chapter. You can refer the the course schedule for assigned readings as well.


Robert Hirsch, Exploring Color Photography: From Film to Pixels
5th Edition

Contents

CH 1: Color Photography Concepts (week 5)
CH 2: A Concise History of Color Photography (week 5)
CH 3: Exposing the Light (week 4)
CH 4: Filtering the Light (week 5)
CH 5: Seeing the Light (week 7)
CH 6: The Visual Language of Color Design (week 3)
CH 7: Working Color Strategies (week 5)
CH 8: The Interaction of Color, Movement, Space, and Time (week 6)
CH 9: Digital Input (week 3)
CH 10: Analog Input: Color Films (not required)
CH 11: Digital Output (week 8)
CH 12: Analog Output: Color Printing (not required)
CH 13: Color Projects (week 6)
CH 14: Photographic Problem Solving and Writing (week 4)
CH 15: Presentation and Preservation (week 9)



Robert Hirsch, Exploring Color Photogrpahy: From the Darkroom to the Digital Studio
4th Edition

Contents:

CH 1: Concepts of Color Photography (week 5)
CH 2: A Concise History of Color Photography (week 5)
CH 3: Exposing the Light (week 4)
CH 4: Filtering the Light (week 5)
CH 5: Color Films' Color (not required)
CH 6: Color Printing (not required)
CH 7: Digital Input (week 3)
CH 8: Digital Output (week 8)
CH 9: Presentation and Preservation (week 9)
CH 10: Photographic Problem Solving and Writing (week 6)
CH 11: Seeing the Light (week 5)
CH 12: Visual Language of Color Design (week 3)
CH 13: Working Color Strategies (week 4)
CH 14: The Interaction of Color, Movement, Space, and Time (week 6)
CH 15: Color Projects (week 6)
CH 16: Special Color Materials, Practices, and Processes (not required)
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