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Digital Photography

by Lake Tahoe School

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

An introduction to the concepts of photography in general and digital photography in specific. This course is geared toward middle school students, but it should be viable for just about anyone interested in learning basic digital photography. Because this is geared toward middle school, don't expect to be taught everything that a more in depth course might offer, don't expect stunning photographs only a professional might shoot. The photos are often ones a kid of 12 could take given the right training, circumstances, and equipment. The goal is to offer enough information to cover the topic without a lot of extra detail. There are some great in-depth on-line courses that go into how digital sensors work, the physics of lenses, and more. I wrote this course after I had planned to use one such course as the content for my middle school course only to realize it was too much reading and too much information for this age group. In this course, there is also a fair amount of repetition, again, a better approach for this age group. Please keep these points in mind when evaluating it.

At the end of the lessons I have prepared are links to video tutorials found elsewhere on the web, links to books, links to iPad apps, and links to podcasts that can instruct, inspire, and encourage.

This course is always a work in progress, so expect changes often. Some of the photographs used in this course were collected off the Internet prior to the course's inception, and they will be replaced with original work as the opportunities present themselves. These photographs were freely available, yet if anyone objects to having their work included here, please notify me and I will remove it immediately.
Digital Photography
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