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Ecological Photography

Through the lens of the environment

overview

The essential functions of a photographic camera are studied in the course to have efficient control when making a photographic shot in any scenario, emphasizing nature and ecology issues. Also, students explore the diverse ecosystems of Costa Rica, understanding their differences and the resources that make them unique. Terms related to the golden number and fractals are analyzed, basic geometry present in nature, and the importance of photography in environmental conservation processes, and the documentation of the direct damages of development and consumerism over it.

Code

PHOT 2100

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer II

credit

4 credits / 60 contact hours

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