Credits: 2 credits
This course is intended as a digital photography course for guides, with an emphasis on photo composition and the application of photography to the context of guiding businesses. There is an increased demand for the use of quality photography within company brochures, magazine articles, trade shows and self-promotion within the adventure tourism industry. It is imperative that guides are able to understand what makes a quality photograph, how to take quality photographs, how to repair personal and guest equipment in the field, and how to use photographs for promotion purposes.
Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in an Adventure Studies Department supported program. For example, Bachelor of Tourism Management Degree, Adventure Guide Diploma, Adventure Management Diploma, Adventure Sport Certificate, Canadian Mountain and Ski Guide Program, or with permission of the instructor.
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