In this course we will start at a basic level with a very narrow window of opportunity. It is important in creative problem solving to open that window as wide as possible. Through the semester there will be three different distinct issues involved on all assignments.
The first is conceptual.
The second is aesthetic.
The third is technical presentation.
The point before we start that you should constantly consider is that the most important audience for your work is your instructor. It can be easy to do a piece judged visually interesting or creative to the untrained eye. It is much more difficult to interest the trained eye that has seen a lot of images, has extensive experience and information concerning the construction and evaluation of visual materials, and has contemplated those images over a longer period of time. The faculty fall into the trained-eye category. Remember to try to work at that level. Little else matters.

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