Ba in art history in photography in Loyola university chicago
Photography has played a major role in the production of images in visual culture since its invention in the first half of the Nineteenth century. The Program at Loyola University is focused on photography as an artistic discipline that has developed a rich history over the last century and a half, and which continues to evolve with recent innovations in technology. The curriculum guides students in learning the technical foundations, aesthetic strategies and conceptual approaches, and the cultural / historical perspectives of the medium. Through the program, students build their ability to pursue photography as a means of creative exploration and intellectual investigation.
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Photographer, Art Director, Visual designer, Technical product specialist- Digital cameras, Video producer, Videp editor