Jan 11, 2018
This is an excellent course. I found the description rather intimidating but was very pleased with how it worked out. At least according to the peer reviews I submitted my best work in Course 4.
Dec 02, 2017
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.
by giorgos p•
Mar 26, 2017
useful "tecnical" information about implementation
by Loretta W•
Nov 09, 2018
Love this course getting little harder as we go along!!
thank you all!
by Kerem K•
Jul 18, 2019
Very useful information about the use of light and flash. Even though some bits were repetitive, it was an enjoyable course.
by Peter K•
Dec 23, 2017
Course Starts out weaker than the others, but returns to form in the later weeks. One of the lectures in week 2 has a clear cut after a professor misspeaks, but no one was bothered to edit the video. Peer Review system for assignments is problematic throughout the specialization. Some assignments need to be more concisely explained & following of the grading rubrics needs to be enforced somehow. Dr. Glendinning remains as enthusiastic as ever & the course does continue to build well on the technical aspects of photography. While appreciated, the equipment recommendations often feel like ads for company sponsors. Though that may be more of a result of the lecturer's delivery.
by Vavalios K•
Jul 17, 2017
The content might me good but the presentation and the presenters mostly, are so boring! Dull speech in front of a green screen lost me at approximately 15 minutes.
Oct 07, 2019
The sound is too low and comes with too much noise
by J K•
Aug 03, 2019
Instructors have abandoned the first four courses in the series. One makes only token appearances in the "capstone." There aren't enough students to get timely required peer reviews in any if the five courses. What could be an excellent course is a scam.
But it is from Michigan State, so integrity is not expected.