It's hard to believe how far I've come as a photographer in such a short time. I couldn't have asked for a better introduction to DSLR photography! Thanks for an incredible educational opportunity.
Great course structure. Great Professors and Mentors. This course has really help me grow a lot as a photographer. I'm so thankful to Coursera & MSU for putting such a great course for learners.
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By Boo H H•
Honestly, the completion of this course took a long while because of the grading criteria - you need to have many reviews, so I would advise anyone who wants to complete to factor that in. Also, I did not receive any reviews from the professors which was a bummer. I think the worse thing was that some people used photos that they Googled and was not their own. But all in all, I think if you really put in the effort to do it, you would find this course rewarding.
By Maria E G S•
This is a great learning opportunity for those interested in photography but it would have been better if the photos were not uploaded in the discussion forum. I wanted to review some projects but sadly, their works could not be found in the discussion forum.
By Gregory C•
I'd give it 5 stars, but the middle section on lightroom needs a big refresh. the rest of the lectures, assignments, peer grading and comments were best in Coursera so far!
By Magali C B•
Actually very useful but too long, take your time and learn, you will get what is worth.
By Supantha R•
It was quite good.
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By Edward A G I•
The entire course presented information in the context to the materials needed to successfully learn basic photography. The problems began with the Capstone course starting at Week 4 through Week 8. Week 4 requires ten photos for embedding that does not work. Coursera Support are aware of the issues presented but have not corrected the matter. What makes matters worst, the outdated video presentations from Peter Glendinning and Mark Sullivan doe s not correspond to the Coursera online learning method. To the staff at MSU time to update the course learning to function along side the online portal. Grading method is the worst form of accountability. While I understand this non-credit specialization in no way conforms to the on-campus equivalent, then no payment should be made to those lectures from outdated video learning.