Landscape: Photography & Geog.

Landscape: Photography and Geography
In this course we will examine concepts closely associated with geography—place, space, time, and the human landscape—and how these transformed landscape photography into a powerful mechanism for understanding and conveying critical changes in the environment and climate. Students will read, discuss, and apply geographical theory; review and appraise historical and contemporary landscape photographs; participate in field trips/photo shoots, produce their own landscape photos; write analytical papers; and view and critique environmental films. The course will include weekly labs covering digital photo processing and printing and culminate in a public exhibition of student work. Each student will be required to contribute $50 towards the cost of materials. Not open to students who have taken HARC/GEOG 1021.
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INTD 1183

All Sections in Winter 2017

Winter 2017

INTD1183A-W17 Lecture (Case)