Type
9 courses
Photography

Curating, Editing and Exhibiting Photographs

You have taken great photographs, but they are dumped on your hard drive or memory card. Photographs are meant to be printed large and placed on the wall for all to see. This course teaches you the three stages to best show off your photographs. First, selection, editing and visual story telling. Second, the best specialist paper and framing technique to use for maximum impact. Finally, where and how to exhibit, whether this be a blank wall at home, local public space, or exhibition. Your photographs are original, and this course will encourage you to premiere them powerfully.

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16/01/2023 - Mon (13:30-16:30) - Parkshot Campus - 5 weeks - £145.00 - C02806-222301

Digital Photography - The Basics

If you are looking for an informative guide on how to use your DSLR camera, bring it along to this comprehensive introduction. Over a term you will become increasingly familiar with the various settings on your camera equipment.

Our course is designed to give you a better understanding of what your camera can do and how to do it. The introduction covers the basic controls, making you more confident with the camera, while also illustrating and putting into practice what effect these controls have on the photograph.

This course is geared towards getting you more comfortable and...

17/01/2023 - Tue (19:00-21:30) - Parkshot Campus - 10 weeks - £209.00 - C00169-222302
19/04/2023 - Wed (15:30-18:00) - Parkshot Campus - 10 weeks - £209.00 - C00169-222303

Photography for Beginners (Hillcroft Campus, Surbiton)

This course will be delivered onsite at our Hillcroft campus. You do not need your own DSL to study this course, a camera phone or compact camera is fine.

Over a duration of this course you will become increasingly familiar with the settings on your camera equipment.

Our course is designed to give you a better understanding of what your camera can do and how to do it. The introduction covers the basic controls, making you more confident with the camera, while also illustrating and putting into practice what effect these controls have on the photograph.

This course is...

09/01/2023 - Mon (16:00-18:00) - Hillcroft Campus - 5 weeks - £91.00 - C02843-222303
20/02/2023 - Mon (13:00-15:00) - Hillcroft Campus - 6 weeks - £107.00 - C02843-222304
17/04/2023 - Mon (13:00-15:00) - Hillcroft Campus - 5 weeks - £91.00 - C02843-222305
05/06/2023 - Mon (13:00-15:00) - Hillcroft Campus - 6 weeks - £107.00 - C02843-222306

Photography UAL Level 1 Award

This course gives you the opportunity to discover and explore photography using digital cameras to produce creative images successfully. It will give you the opportunity to explore photography processes and techniques along with contextual links between photography and historical art genres using appropriate visual language including still life, portrait, landscape, composition and other formal elements.

10/01/2023 - Tue (10:00-13:00) - Parkshot Campus - 11 weeks - £239.00/FREE - C00465-222302
18/04/2023 - Tue (10:00-13:00) - Parkshot Campus - 12 weeks - £253.00/FREE - C00465-222303

Photography Workshop: Alternative Analogue and Digital Photography Processes

Have you ever wondered how and when photography really started? Did you know you can make photographs without a camera? This 10-week course will enable you to discover some of photography's earliest and hidden analogue practices and processes as well as alternative digital photography techniques.

18/01/2023 - Sat (18:30-21:30) - Parkshot Campus - 10 weeks - £281.00/FREE - C02949-222301

Smartphone Photography

Smartphone Photography - how to take great pictures with your phone

08/03/2023 - Wed (14:00-17:00) - Parkshot Campus - 4 weeks - £100.00 - C02386-222301

Studio Photography - Beginners

This course is an introduction to the equipment and techniques of studio photography. Through portraiture and still life you will be exploring the basics of using a lighting set up through practical exercises.

25/02/2023 - Sat (10:00-16:00) - Parkshot Campus - 3 weeks - £125.00 - C01479-222301

Taster: Experimental Analogue Photography Workshop

Have you ever wondered how and when photography really started? Is it true that nothing else existed before the invention of the camera in 1826?

Artists and scientists have been capturing images using light way before then. This taster session will bring you on a 200-year journey through photography's history and introduce you to some of the earliest camera-less processes.

Far from being outdated, these alternative analogue photographic printing practices are experiencing a significant come-back, both due their appealing visual qualities and to the fact that they are more...

10/12/2022 - Sat (10:00-13:00) - Parkshot Campus - 1 weeks - £0.00 - C02946-222301

UAL Level 2 Certificate in Photography

Level 2 specialist courses are designed to give adult learners the knowledge, understanding and skills to prepare them for employment or further study at level 3 or 4.

The Level 2 Certificate in Photography is designed to give you the specialist knowledge, skills and understanding you need to progress towards professional practice or further academic study of photography. You will gain an in-depth experience of the techniques, disciplines and issues within the contemporary photography field and use this to build a portfolio for application to higher level courses or your own...

16/01/2023 - Mon (18:30-21:30), 5 x Sat (10:00-13:00) - Parkshot Campus - 21 weeks - £588.00/FREE - C00847-222304
17/01/2023 - Tue (13:30-16:30) - Parkshot Campus - 21 weeks - £588.00/FREE - C00847-222305