ALEC 393: Digital Imaging and Storytelling in Agriculture and Natural Resources
Digital Imaging and Storytelling in Agriculture and Natural Resources Crosslisted as NRES 393
Prereqs: Consent of instructor(s). One college level course in photography or equivalent, and knowledge of the basics of shooting still photographs or video using digital cameras. Open only to College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) students.
Can be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours by consent of instructor.
Concepts and techniques related to use of remote and automated digital camera technology to capture images in agriculture and natural resources contexts to communicate a narrative/story. Completion of individual project using a variety of technologies including camera traps, time-lapse camera systems, remote triggered cameras, as well as traditional audio and video and conventional photography.
|Max credits per semester:||3|
|Max credits per degree:||9|
|Course Format:||Field 15, Lab 3|