Digital Image Design & Representation (DECO2101)

UNIT OF STUDY

In studying this unit, students will: develop an understanding of how to conceptualise and communicate design concepts through image and video production; be introduced to digital image representation and technology through design projects; become proficient with the elements of digital design technology including digital images, photography and video; develop skills in digital imaging software such as Photoshop, and video software such as Final Cut Pro; and develop experience with significant digital design issues relating to photography and video. On the successful completion of this unit of study, students will have demonstrated skills in sourcing, developing, designing, and creating documentary video content through a series of tutorial exercises; knowledge of how to incorporate documentary video design will be developed in tutorial exercises. This unit is not available in the Bachelor of Design Computing but may be taken as an elective in other programs.

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Further unit of study information

Classes

Lecture 1 hr/wk; tutorial, 2 hrs/wk

Assessment

Three assignments (90%); attendance (10%)

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

Unit of study rules

Prohibitions

DECO1100, DECO1001

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