This course will help you to develop your ability to produce visually and technically competent collections of photographs, study the relationship between art and photography, enjoy looking at and discussing photographic work, communicate your ideas visually, and engage with practical project-based photography.
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You are interested in developing your ability to produce visually and technically competent collections of photographs based on specific themes. It will particularly appeal to students who want to communicate their ideas visually; who are interested in the relationship between art and photography, enjoy looking at and discussing photographic work and want to engage with practical project-based photography.
At least five GCSEs at grade C or grade 5, or above, including English and mathematics and at least a grade B or grade 6 or 7, in a relevant subject.
Topics of study:
- Camera obscura and pre-history of photography
- Early photographic processes
- Analysis and criticism of significant photographic works
- Visual language and self-portrait exercise
- The world around you
- Photographic lighting and camera formats
- Fashion photography
- Photojournalism and war photography
- Digital technologies
- Urban and rural environments
Small group sizes, outstanding staff and close tutorial support.
At the end of the course you will have developed a strong ability to communicate your ideas through the medium and have developed a sense of visual literacy that allows you to appreciate the language of photography, painting and film.
Entry to Higher Education photographic courses is contingent on a strong portfolio of work and this course will provide you with the opportunity to prepare a portfolio for application to HE institutions.
*Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The college reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility.