Who is this class for: This course is designed for Learners who have completed Courses One through Four of the Specialization, Photography Basics and Beyond, and are ready to develop a personally meaningful photography project. They want to put the knowledge they have gained to work as they engage a period of concentrated effort in photography, over a two-month period, with ongoing feedback from fellow Learners and individual reviews of completed projects by Michigan State University faculty members Prof. Peter Glendinning and Prof. Mark Sullivan.


Created by:  Michigan State University

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LevelIntermediate
CommitmentPlan on spending more than 5.hrs per week completing each module, much of it making/editing photos
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English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring pre-recorded videos, quizzes and projects.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 110 ratings

Fantastic programme and journey. Thank you.

It was a really great course, specially the exchange among colleagues with the peer review system. It is amazing how much hit chances the way you think photography. It also may ruin the way you see some of your photos from before, since you get much more of a critic eye.

If I can make a suggestion, I just believe since it is a very fast pace course, suddenly 10 pictures, it is too much. I could see it was too much form most of my colleagues, since you could notice amazing pictures and some not so great, which is what you have to do in such a short notice. It would be good to know we will be posting 10 pictures in advance, so we can prepare for it since the beginning. Or... maybe give a few more days on the tasks with 10 pictures to post.

The reason it is not a five star course is because our two professors never get to comment our work. I can understand it is too many students and a lot of courses happening at the same time, but at least at the Capstone Project we should get a review from the opinion of the two professionals we have been learning from.

This is an excellent course! I have enjoyed and learned a lot. There is so much talent. Each one of the learners are very good, and with this quality of work, there is just one path to follow: learn and become deeply in love with photography.

Very satisfied