A basic course for those who want to understand more about their camera controls and to improve their picture taking. Suitable for any camera type.
This course combines lots of practical shooting exercises with guidance on the functions of your camera, how to frame different types of shots, and how to adjust the settings on your camera to get the effects you want.
The main aim of this short course is to have fun, improve your confidence and photography ability.
Suitable for any camera type.
- The September course is 10 weeks in length and takes place at Church Road
- The January course is 10 weeks in length and takes place at Woodley Hill House
- The April course is 8 weeks in length (due to Bank holidays) but is 2.5 hrs in length and takes place at Church Road
NB: Please note that this course does not run during the half term/end of term breaks.
What I'll learn
- Basic camera operation
- Introduction on composition
- What makes a good picture?
- Practical sessions on location and indoors to photograph places, people and things
- Self evaluation and review images
How I'll learn
You will be taught through a combination of:
- formal instruction
- individual tuition
- practical demonstration
- practical application
There are no entry requirements in terms of qualifications, but you should own a camera that you can bring to class.
How to Apply
You can register for this course online. Click on ENROL NOW and follow the steps below:
- Register your contact details online and verify your account
- Go to your desired course page and click again on ENROL NOW. Follow the link to pay for your course
Course places are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. We would encourage you to enrol on your chosen course as soon as possible. If you prefer to enrol in person please visit us at one of our college Advice Centres or enrol over the phone via 0800 612 6008.
This course will be run subject to demand. If you wish to enrol within one week of the start date, please call us on 0800 612 6008 first to check the course is running.