Our mission is to provide Mountain View College students in the Photography Department and those in the Mountain View College Modeling Organization the opportunity to come together and help each other achieve common goals. Each can provide the other with practice in their perspective fields as well as helping the other build their own professional portfolio.
Mountain View College Photography utilizes traditional film photography and digital imaging to create true Fine Art. We are willing to share our passion in this Fine Art with you.
Classes Offered Day & Evening:
- Photography I
- Photography II
- Digital Imaging
- News Photography I (Digital)
- News Photography II (Digital)
- Continuing Education Non-Credit
Photography at Mountain View College merges traditional darkroom processes with modern digital imaging. The department offers an intimate darkroom in which students learn how to develop black and white film and make paper prints ranging in size from 5” x 7” to 16” x 20.”
In addition, there is a studio for use by students interested in learning about lighting and studio portraiture. Color printing is accomplished through the use of a digital hybrid system in which color film is scanned into the computer, color corrected using computer technology, and printed digitally.
Our digital imaging classes encourage students to understand the operation of their cameras in conjunction with programming software to successfully create visual works of art.