photography; UAL photography
UAL Level 2 Award in Photography (Intermediate Photography)
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Preston’s College are delighted to offer a new suite of Photography qualifications accredited by UAL (University of the Arts London).

This Level 2 Intermediate qualification is aimed at those who have an interest in all aspects of photography. The qualification introduces you to the basic uses, functions, principles and skills in using a digital camera.

What will I learn?

  • The Camera: Digital
  • The Photographic Project
  • Lighting in Photography
  • Digital Imaging & Printing

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed throughout the course and on successful completion of the programme you will receive a UAL (University of the Arts London) Level 2 Award in Photography.

What can I do next?

Successful completion of this award allows progression to higher level qualifications such as our Level 3 Certificate in Photography (Advanced Photography) which will be available from September 2019.

Entry Requirements

This course is for people aged 19 or over. No previous knowledge or experience is required, just an enthusiasm for digital photography and access to a digital camera with fully manual controls, e.g. digital SLR or any camera that has aperture and shutter speed controls.

If the start date for your course has already passed we may still be able to accommodate you.

Any questions? Just ask!

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