Animal ecologists use photographs to convey information about animals such as their anatomy and physiology, habitat, behaviour and health for use in identification guides, scientific journals, environmental assessments, and other media. You will build on your knowledge of animal ecology and learn how to capture and present still images following ethical practices. You will learn about image composition, camera operation, post-production editing, and field- and laboratory- techniques. You will apply your skills during an intensive field course, and present your work as a photographic portfolio.
- ANM100 and 2 of (ANM102 or ANM103 or ANM104 or SCI102) and enrolled in Program SB303 or SC320
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- Fraser Coast: Not Currently Offered
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- Band 2
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- 3.2: Science, Engineering, Environmental Studies
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