This course can be applied toward a program:
- Digital Photography (elective)
How often have you been struck by the sheer majesty of a mountain range? And how often have you tried to capture that scene in a photo, only to see the mountain range transform into a weird blur that from some angles looks like day-old mashed potatoes?
That's what we call "the torment of nature". We are surrounded by beautiful and dramatic landscapes that are wonderful to experience but a challenge to photograph.
Which is where this course comes in. You learn photographic techniques and how to use your camera to take photographs that capture the awe-inspiring landscapes and the subtle details of the natural world.
Average commitment per module: 3+ hours. Total course commitment: 15+ hours.
When to Register
If you’re registering for the Spring 2023 term (January - April), the registration period is:
- January 9 to 29
You’ll be able to access the online classroom one to two business days after you register. Once you enrol in the online classroom, you’ll have 90 days to complete the course. During these 90 days, you’ll have access to all courses materials as well as the mentor.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Apply composition and other techniques for landscape and nature photography
- Practise the skills of landscape and nature photography in the field with confidence and preparation
- Develop visual acuity and individual style
- Effectively use your camera and additional tools to improve your landscape and nature photography
Module 1: Getting Started in Landscape Photography
Module 2: Camera Techniques for Landscape Photography
Module 3: Stunning Composition and Techniques to Elevate Your Photos
Module 4: Landscape and Nature Field Trip
Module 5: Furthering Your Landscape Inspirations and Techniques
- Foundations of Photography: Begin with the Basics
- Composition: Hit Them with Your Best Shot
- Lighting: The Photographer’s Palette
You can register for this course only when you have completed all required courses or have obtained permission from the instructor.
- You must have access to a digital SLR camera.
- High-speed internet (at least 25 Mbps download speed) – Find out your internet connectivity speed.
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