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AL210E Exploring Nature through a Lens (2021/2022)

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AL210E Exploring Nature through a Lens (2021/2022)

Online: self-paced

Course Code

AL210E (2022)

Course Leader

Simon Tune
Course Description

This course has been designed as a starting point on our exciting series of visual natural history and biological imaging courses, that use primarily photography as a method for exploring ecology. Starting with an overview of how the naturalists of the past have shaped contemporary relationships with the natural world. We look at the ancient’s work, through the Middle Ages, to pioneers of the Enlightenment and Victorian eras, using those examples to create our own images. We also look at early film makers, and the influence of the television age, and consider how wildlife documentaries and modern wildlife photography have pushed the boundaries of what can be captured giving us ever better insights of this planet’s diverse habitats and species. These techniques we will use ourselves, to record, photograph, and map the life around us. No previous experience in photography or ecology is needed, all that is really required is an enthusiasm for the natural world!  This is an optional Level 0 module for the CHE.

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01/03/202201/05/20220£100.00[Read More]
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