Morley College London offers high-quality, affordable courses specialising in arts, culture and applied sciences.
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This course will introduce you to photographic techniques and themes for the 'urban landscape', take a fresh look at photographing architecture, street portraiture and everyday life in London while...more
Duration: 1 week
Each year Adult Learning Lewisham (ALL) helps over 4000 people achieve their goals, improve their skills and transform their lives through learning.
There are many ways of producing an image but I really enjoy the stencil method,...more
Learners will review tips for digital photography on location and explore basic camera settings during a photowalk from Granville Park to...more
Duration: 1 day
Creative Seeing Photography Workshop explores composition and ways of seeing and interpretation of a scene. Working practically outdoors, away from the classroom, you explore and develop compositional...more
Duration: 4 Hours
This course is aimed at individuals who would like an introduction to landscape photography or to hone their existing landscape photography skills. Working in the beautiful setting of Greenwich Park...more
Duration: 3 hours
The quality of teaching on this course is second to none. With full-time, dedica...more
On this fun and practical course you will be taken step-by-step through the process of creating, editing and distributing great shots of the urban landscape. This includes learning the basics of taking a...more
Duration: 4 weeks
Whether you’re dreaming of becoming the next Testino, want to take better holiday photos or just want to be able to snap images on your iPhone without getting out of focus faces and blurred landscapes, there are photography courses for...
Photography has the power change the world at the click of a button or capture precious moments forever. Yet it can also go so wrong. It’s safe to say 99% of us will have taken a photo with the lens cap on or our thumb over the shutter at some...