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Documentary Photography and Photojournalism

Course Type: Adult leisure and hobby, Open to international students Campus: Central Brighton Campus Entry requirements: You must have a digital camera and an idea to develop visually

Why this course?

Master the art of working with both single images and a series of images and texts to create a photo essay.
The tutor will also guide and support you through chosen concepts and offer constructive advice.  

The course will look at the history of photojournalism, publishable ideas, editing techniques, adding text and image/text relationships.

You will need to provide a digital camera and an idea to develop visually.

Tutor: Denise Felkin

Start dates

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Code Start Campus Times Duration Fees ?
CL0278-1C 17 Sep 2019 Central Brighton 7pm-9pm 10 weeks £191.00
CL0072-1C 29 Feb 2020 Central Brighton 10am-1pm 5 weeks £139.00

Discounts may be available depending on your circumstances, please see our finance information.

Open events

We run various open events throughout the year to enable you to come in to the College, see our facilities and speak with our staff.

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Course costs

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Other ways to enrol

You can also enrol by calling 01273 667704 or in person at our Central Brighton or West Durrington Campuses.

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Access to quality teaching resources, rooms and studios 

Online access to course documents, resources and study support through the MET’s virtual learning environment

Library and computing facilities

Access to the MET’s student services, including career advice and additional learning support

Cafés and coffee bars with a wide range of reasonably priced meals, snacks and drinks

A travel agency and a hair and beauty salon, which are both, open to the public and offer exceptional value


Course costs

Discounts may apply depending on your circumstances. For this course, please see payment bands below.

Band (A) £135.00: If you are not claiming any housing benefits, you will need to pay the full course cost.

Band (B) £102.00: For those claiming housing benefit, council tax benefit, income support or pension credit.

Band (C) £68.00: For jobseekers claiming JSA or ESA.

Please note: if you wish to book onto this course under band B or band C, you will need to visit the enrolment centre at the college in order to show proof of benefits.

Course costs
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