The technical aspects were well explained and demonstrated. Leann was incredibly...more
This beginners course is responding to the huge growth in ownership of digital SLR (DSLR) cameras and the increased demand for digital images for personal and commercial use.
The course is designed to take novice photographers and teach them the basic science, technology, craft and art of photography and to develop their knowledge and skills to create technically sound, interesting and professional images.
You will move away from shooting with the camera in automatic mode and start using the various camera modes that enable you to take control of your images. Topics include:
The course will be a mixture of theory and practice. There will inspiring projects that will explore artistic expression, reportage, commerciality, nature, people and community. Further reading will be suggested to enhance your knowledge.
During this course you will:
What will you gain?
The mix of art, craft, science, technology and practical advice makes this course very exciting and ideal for the enthusiastic amateur photographer.
The course would be of use to anyone wanting to improve their photography skills whether as a hobby or a gateway to further study or employment.
No entry requirements
Nottingham, NG1 4GH
10:00am - 4:00pm, 6:00pm - 8:30pm
1 week, 10 weeks
Full time, Part time evening
Certificate of Attendance
The technical aspects were well explained and demonstrated. Leann was incredibly enthusiastic, knowledgeable and patient. I learnt more in the first session than I imagined I would from the whole course!
Jason was an excellent tutor - extremely knowledgeable and really enthusiastic. He worked hard to help us create our visions out of clay. The course was jam-packed and introduced me to new techniques and processes - much more than I thought we were going to cover. We used a range of traditional and technological ways to create vessels while having the freedom to explore our own creativity. I enjoyed all of the week, met some great people and explored a new process. The amount we made and all the techniques and processes we explored certainly made it excellent value for money. Very satisfied.
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