Related courses at MIT

Photo courses

The Edgerton Center

11.309J / 4.215J Sites in Sight: Photography as Inquiry

4.341 Introduction to Photography

4.343 Photography and Related Media

21W.749 Documentary Photography and Photo Journalism: Still Images of A World In Motion

21A.348 Photography and Truth

MAS.450 Holographic Imaging

SP.747 Creative Imaging

SP.757 Digital and Darkroom Imaging

6.163 Strobe Project Laboratory

Around Boston

Museum of Fine Art (don't miss the Ansel Adams exhibit)

Related courses outside MIT

Computational Photography by Alexei (Alyosha) Efros

From "The Matrix" to "The Matrix Revolution" A Modern Approach to Computational Photography and Videos by Jingyi Yu

Computational Photography by Ramesh Raskar et al.

Computational photography by Marc Levoy and Bennett Wilburn

The Art and Science of Photography: Drawing with Light by Brian Barsky

Andrew Davidhazy, Rochester Institute of Technology

Computational Photography Research

Symposium on Computational Photography and Video Cambridge, MA (May 2005)

Photography web sites

The Mathematics of Depth of Field

Digital Photography Review

The Luminous Landscape

Digital Outback Photo

Rob Galbraith Digital Photography Insights

Nikon F5 Series SLR models - Various Metering Systems

Nikon Light Metering

Canon camera museum

Wikipedia autofocus

Nikon artticle on autofocus

Do it yourself

Dirkon, the paper camera

Lego camera

High-Speed Visual Imaging

Camera stabilizer

Depth of field machine

Extreme Macro Photography on a budget