INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Duration: 10 Weeks
Last Updated: 03-01-20

This course is designed for those who own a digital camera but do not understand why their photographs do not turn out how they expected.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

You will learn about the various shooting modes and what the special terminology in the camera manual actually means. You will take part in practical exercises and projects relevant to your equipment and personal interests. You will also learn some basic photo editing.

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

There is no formal assessment on this course but you will be encouraged by the tutor to keep a portfolio of handouts, notes and examples of your work to show the progress you have made.

WHAT CAN I DO NEXT?

You could simply use the new techniques you have learnt by taking clearer pictures of a higher quality in your daily life or you may wish to pursue your interest of photography on a higher level course. You will be able to discuss this further with your tutor.

IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I NEED TO KNOW?

You will need to bring along your own digital camera (with a charged battery), the camera manual, a pen, paper, and a simple folder to each lesson. You may also be required to print some of your pictures to include in your portfolio.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A keen interest in the subject.

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