Photography | Advanced
Why this course?
Aimed at those who have a good understanding of a DSLR camera's settings and basic knowledge of lighting and photographic methods. There will be a brief recap on DSLR camera manual settings and techniques covered from beginner and intermediate levels.
Students will explore advanced lighting and camera techniques such as double exposures, lighting objects, raw vs jpg etc and research relevant photographers. They will also start critically analysing their photographs. Some sessions may include basic Photoshop and there will also be weekly homework tasks.
By the end of the course you will be able to identify and explore different photographic techniques using lighting and camera settings, and basic Photoshop to enhance personal photographic work. You will also be able to analyse photographs, allowing you to critically analyse your work.
Tutor: Gemma Clark
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|CL0261-1C||15 Jan 2020||West Durrington||6.30pm - 8.30pm||8 weeks||£152.00||Enrol & Pay|
|CL0289-1C||22 Apr 2020||West Durrington||6.30pm - 8.30pm||8 weeks||£152.00||Enrol & Pay|
Discounts may be available depending on your circumstances, please see our finance information.
Why the MET?
Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College. It draws on 150 years of heritage, history and experience. We operate across five campuses in Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing, and teach around 7,500 adult learners.
Our experienced teaching staff are passionate about their areas of expertise and are committed to helping you to attain your learning goals and meet your personal aims. Whatever your chosen subject, we have the facilities to ensure you get the most out of your learning experience.
The fees for this course are: a. £152 b. £76
Some of our courses are eligible for a 50% discount (shown as b.) if you are in receipt of certain benefits. Find out more here.
What do I need to bring?
Students should bring a DSLR camera, kit lens (plus any other lenses you have), memory stick/hard drive, and a folder for handouts, favourite images and homework. A tripod is recommended.