Level 1 Introduction to Digital Photography & Editing
This course is for learners who are 19 and over.
This course is designed for both complete beginners and students with some prior photographic experience, who would like to learn more about their camera and how to use different photographic techniques. On the course you will expand your technical knowledge, creativity, and you will learn how to edit your images to a professional standard. You can contact the lecturer and find out more about the course here.
Thursdays 6.00pm – 9:00pm
Subjects you study include:
- Getting to know your camera and it’s different modes
- Exploring your camera potential and obtaining creative results
- Learning to take images in manual mode
- Using light and successful composition creation
- Editing and preparing images for printing
- Exploring effective presentation of your images
- Manipulation for photographers using Photoshop
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Course available for entry in September, January & April
You need your own digital camera – DSLR bridge or compact camera and a good level of English.
The cost of this course is £225 (funding isn't available on this course).
Making your application
We will check your application to see if you meet the standard entry requirements for the course. If you do, you’ll receive an invitation via email to attend an interview with a Curriculum Tutor.
Fees and funding
If you are aged 16-18 and applying for a full-time programme, then you will not have to pay for your course. If you are aged 19+ then there may be a fee for your course.
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