Starts: 29 Sep 2022
This HNC part-time photography course offers students advanced skills in studio lighting, B&W darkroom printing, alternative processes, and postproduction techniques. It is designed to provide a competitive edge for those wishing to pursue a career in photography by offering in-depth practical explorations into current photographic practices.
During the course, which will be delivered over 2 years, you will build on your knowledge by studying four Units each year, (eight Units in total). The broad range of Units will provide plenty of opportunities to discover the area of photography you are particularly passionate about. You will explore practical aspects of photography and will acquire extensive skills in studio lighting, industry based digital postproduction, analogue photography and B&W darkroom printing. The theoretical aspects will provide an historical and cultural framework that will inform your understanding of photography in a wider context. Throughout your studies you will develop the strong collaborative working, problem solving and communication skills that you will need to succeed.
In small group sizes, you will be supported by a team of lecturers with professional experience as photography practitioners. You will learn actively through workshop-based teaching in our state-of-the-art studio and B&W darkroom. The learning is further enriched with visiting lecturers and a range of study visits to galleries and photography fairs. At the end, you will develop your professional practice and produce a strong portfolio that will be truly valued by potential clients and employers.
This is a current AOP (Association of Photographers) accredited course, that offers all students a free AOP student membership for the duration of their studies.
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