REASONS TO STUDY THIS COURSE
- You will learn how to make effective use of a camera according to circumstances and intentions.
- You will learn how to compose and refine photographic images, both in camera and through sensitive manipulation on the computer and using hand-rendered processes.
- You will learn gain understanding of other photographers’ work; using it as an influence for your own photography.
- Students on this programme progress to university to study Photography or into photographic or art and design-related employment
WHAT YOU WILL STUDY
Practical photographic work covering topics such as environments, portraiture, landscape, still-life, documentary, photojournalism and experimental imagery.
HOW YOU WILL BE ASSESSED
Year 1 (AS) – coursework
Year 2 (A-Level) – coursework and an exam project
Students can progress directly onto photography-related degree courses at university after they have completed their A-Levels. Some universities prefer students to take an Art Foundation course prior to starting a degree to broaden their experience.