Photography has a long tradition at The Ohio State University dating back to the 1890s. The Photography Area is committed to a continuous exploration and redefinition of what it means to use photography as a personal and critical endeavor. Part of the strength of our program comes from being part of a large university community. We encourage cross-fertilization not only with other areas in the Department of Art, but also with areas outside the department.
Undergraduate & Graduate Courses in Photography
Art 3555 Photography I: Intro to Digital Photography & Contemporary Issues
Art 4005 Photography II: Intro to the Darkroom
Art 5205 Large Format Photography
Art 5335 Advanced Digital Photography & Contemporary Issues
Art 5215 Social Documentary Photography
Art 5115 Studio Lighting: Concepts and Techniques
Art 5995 Seminar: Image Makers
Special Topics including Photo Theory & Alternative Processes
Graduate Photo Critique
View details for Art courses in the OSU Course Offerings Bulletin
For more information on the courses offered in the emphasis area of Photography download the BFA Program Plans
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