Description
Professional Nature and Conservation Photography
Closely surveys the fields of nature and conservation photography, including digital photo techniques and use of equipment and techniques for adjustment and manipulation of images. The work of successful professional nature photographers will be examined as examples for student work. The course includes photography in the field and review of student work by the instructor and classmates. The course will also include strategies for making a living from nature and conservation photography. Prerequisites: Student must have completed the first year of the Photography program, have a working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and own a digital single lens reflex camera. Non-program professionals may enroll in the class with the consent of the instructor.
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
2
Offering
Course
PHOTO 10203129
Academic Group
Associate Degree
Academic Organization
Applied Arts
Typically Offered
Infrequent