An exercise led, portfolio-based course where you will learn how to process black and white film, create black and white prints, ‘see’ in black and white and use sepia tone images.
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An Engage Training course
You will gain a deeper knowledge of the principles of photography and learn to produce images by using creative exposures and composition in depth and the powerful elements of design. You will be introduced to the studio environment, and produce a range of images from portraiture, to still life.
You will understand the functions of your camera and what they are used for; familiarise yourself with the functions of your cameras and the working of shutter speed, aperture and ISO; learn how to adjust the camera shutter speed whilst still having a correct exposure and begin to use the camera in full manual function mode.
You will develop practical and theoretical knowledge and learn about subject materials, techniques and processes via realistic assignment briefs and live projects. Great for those who enjoy working digitally in a creative environment but still considering which pathway to take. Progress from Level 2 to a range of Level 3 courses in Art & Design, apprenticeships or employment.
This is an exercise-led, portfolio-based course where you will learn how to have more success with your digital camera, choose the best camera settings, ‘see’ the best pictures and prepare images for printing.
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At Level 2, you will develop practical and theoretical knowledge and learn about subject materials, techniques and processes via realistic assignment briefs and live projects. You will choose 1 of 2 pathways: Art and Design or Mixed Media. At Level 3, you will develop both 2D and 3D practice and gain experience in both traditional and contemporary disciplines.