University Courses (Division 495)

494. Photography for Field Biologists. IIIb at the Biological Station. (5). (Excl).
Section 711.
Emphasis upon photographic techniques used by biologists in the field, laboratory, and lecture. Topics included are darkroom techniques, close-ups, macro-microscope and habitat photography, Ions choice, films, cameras, composition, lighting, aerial and satellite interpretation and electronic imaging. Skills learned are pertinent to research, teaching, and publication. Each student will design and carry out an individualized project. Required: access to a 35 mm single lens reflex camera and purchase of consumable materials. (Williams)


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