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Coursera: Photography Techniques: Light, Content, and Sharing

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23 hour 23 hours
Course teacher: Peter Glendinning

What are you going to get

The Content of a Photograph

Light Fundamentals 1.0: People, Places, Things under Ambient Light

Light Fundamentals 2.0: People, Places, Things under Controlled Light

Finishing Pictures: Options for Showing and Sharing


Course description

Here in Course Four you will start by gaining knowledge related to content in photography, from fact to fiction, documentary to purely expressive. Next you will learn principles, tips, and techniques for using the essential element of Light in Ambient/Natural settings.

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you have the knowledge and capability to create quality photographs at a much higher rate of success,

About the instructor

Peter Glendinning

Peter Glendinning has been a member of the faculty of Michigan State University's Department of Art, Art History, & Design, in the College of Arts & Letters, since 1978. His work in photography has ranged from making the official portrait of Michigan Governor John Engler, to exhibits of Polaroid-IMPOSSIBLE photographs in fine art galleries and museum settings in the USA and Europe. His photographs are found in major public and private collections, and his project "My Paris" was named among the "Best of 2015" by the American Society of Media Photographers. He has served as President of the Photo Imaging Education Association International, and of the Society for Photographic Education's Midwest Region, and created the first online art course at Michigan State University.


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