The Use of Photography in the Study of Ecology in Natural Areas with students from 1st year undergraduate.

Carlos Venicio Cantareli, Walter Barrella


In the early nineteenth century, many individuals have become concerned with a common problem: the need to produce a representation of reality techniques that were faster and more accurate. Right now some people working in the invention of photography. History records that in 1826 the first photograph was produced in the world, through a process that he called blueprints. The photograph is now present in the study of natural sciences in the late nineteenth century and currently the advancement of digital technology has enabled a multitude of uses in diverse areas of knowledge. In order to bring students to the imaging technology combined with the study of ecology, suggest an activity field and office, where through the collection of images for students to develop an interest in research and shall analyze space more broadly.

Keywords: ecology, photography, natural areas

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