Throughout the course you will be introduced to skills that enable you to work effectively in several industries.
The disciplines covered include;
• Studio photography. Learn how to operate studio lighting to compose and create exciting visual compositions, completion of this unit will prepare you to work in the field
• Location photography. Our students are encouraged to prepare for work in the field, location photography includes looking at and attempting to capture a variety of subjects outside of the studio
• Vocational Context. Why do we take photographs? The purpose and intent vary from person to person and environment to environment; vocational context encourages learners to look at the narrative associated with an image. Was that photo edited to look like that? What is the intention of the photographer? What has been excluded from the image and why?
• Graphics. A detailed introduction to the digital darkroom, this includes a look at Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom. Students will be given information on how to use industry-standard software to create and deliver graphics of the highest standard
• Drone Technology. An introduction to the basics of drone technology as a method of creating aerial photographs
• Portfolio design and presentation. Preparation for your university or job application, you will be guided on how to best present your work, what will make you employable? What will encourage your ideal university to offer you a place on the course of your choice? In this assignment, you will be shown the best way to prepare your work for the next stage in your life education or otherwise. If you have ever dreamed about a career in photography then this is the course for you. 79.9 percent of creative graduates find work in their field of choice (https://luminate.prospects.ac.uk/what-do-creative-arts-graduates-do) as opposed to 74.3 percent average for all graduates it’s fair to say that the creative field is booming! So if y
• Studio photography Experimental photography
• Location photography
• Image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom
• Professional practice in Photography
• Developing ideas and managing projects
You will need five GCSEs grade 4 or above including English or an equivalent Level 2 qualification.
You will be able to continue your studies and progress onto higher education courses. You could also seek work in the photography related industries and put your skills into practice.