8 de mar. de 2016
Seeing Through Photographs has given me a whole new way of looking at my own and other peoples' work. So many aspects, details and points of view, the world of photography now seems even more amazing.
28 de may. de 2020
Coursera gives me a platform to explore new skills. I was able to experience education from world-renowned universities without losing out on career opportunities.\n\n- Thaneshwary kirupanantharasa -
por bao l•
14 de may. de 2020
The course is helpful to learn the stories behind photographs, but kind of monotonous.
por B S•
22 de abr. de 2020
Some of the teaching materials could have been chosen with a little more taste.
por César C•
27 de feb. de 2016
falta opciones en español, los textos por ejemplo o los videos subtitulados.
por Amaya T•
16 de oct. de 2020
I liked the course but was not a fan of the final assignment
por Sheila m•
19 de ago. de 2020
TODO ES EN INGLES, Y NO TENGO CONOCIMIENTO DEL INGLES
por Priscila C d O•
2 de sep. de 2016
Nice, but I expected more (or something else).
por Peter P•
3 de jul. de 2020
great course, thoroughly enjoyed it
3 de nov. de 2020
por Cathy E•
22 de jul. de 2020
I felt like this course was kind of disjointed. As an educator with some experience in museum education, I wonder whether this was created by the curatorial department with minimal or no guidance from education. Some of the required readings were lengthy and bombastic. It's almost as if course creators said, let's see what we have to work with, and try to find some relationships between the hodgepodge. I understand the importance of sometimes having to use readings from the specific time period of an artwork to put it in context, but again, I feel like there could have been better exemplars of both photographs and readings. The module where photographs of the moon were the "theme" just seemed like it didn't belong. I did acquire new knowledge through this course, but the format was just not for me.
por Deleted A•
2 de abr. de 2016
Vastly concerned with the esoteric minutia, ideas, and meanings assigned by others regarding photographs which most often aren't even closely aligned with the original artist's intentions.
A brief few mentions of how photography has changed over time with advances in technology and development of new techniques was mildly interesting, otherwise this course was predominantly meaningless. This course will most likely be of no benefit to people not viewing or creating fine art photography.
por Fricc S•
6 de feb. de 2017
abstract and uninformative stories about some photographersbut not about the profession of the photographer or the technical side of the work
Thank you for the opportunity to get acquainted with the course
por Francesca S•
21 de ago. de 2017
I hoped that it was more professional, It was interesting but non technical.
por Gustavo M•
1 de feb. de 2019
por James K•
16 de feb. de 2021
really badly presented, going from one artist to another
very tokenistic and processes rarely explained
cannot seem to finish the course without purchasing the full certificate
even though i have finished the course and all the quizzes am just going to unenroll
por Mandy R•
25 de may. de 2017
This course sounded so interesting. It was however not well organized and had too great a time commitment attached to it. The readings were too long. I ended up giving up.
por Yang G•
15 de feb. de 2016
repetitive content with other MOMA courses (modern art&idea)?? duh, not gonna pay $50 for this. :(
por Martina G•
29 de abr. de 2020
il certificato a fine corso è risultato a pagamento al contrario di quanto annunciato all'inizio.
por Maria F•
22 de oct. de 2020
I need to pay for the course certificate and I can't get it.
por Ankita D•
22 de jun. de 2020
I want to uennroll from this.course .... please help
por August E K•
25 de may. de 2020
Nonsense, just wasted time...