Introduction to Digital Photography Part 2

Digital Photography courses at Portslade Adult Learning

This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course. Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges. We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.

START DATE AND TIME:
Mon, 13th January 2020
1900 - 2100
DURATION:
10 weeks
Code:
CL061
Full fee:
£110
Concessionary fee:*
£95

TUTOR:

Tobias James Slater-Hunt

Address

PACA Adult learning, Chalky Road
View map

This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course. Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges. We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.

COURSE AIMS/OBJECTIVES

  • Use and understand the exposure triangle
  • Improve focusing and understand how different lenses work such as wide angle and zoom lenses.
  • Engage with different genres of photography, such as Landscape, Cityscape, Portrait, Macro and Street Photography!
  • Use creative photographic techniques such as Light painting to make exciting and creative images.
  • Develop your photo skills and improve you creative photography in a fun, informative and interesting way.
  • COURSE CONTENT

    This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course.

    Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges.

    We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.


    TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

    There will be tutor-led tutorials and hands-on practical exercises throughout the course with plenty of time allowed for you to explore and experiment. There will also be the opportunity for group discussions about a variety of photography topics and all subjects taught throughout the course will be supported by presentations, demonstrations and hand-outs. There will also be the opportunity to have lessons on location and hone your skills photographing Brighton Pier and Coast Line and the South Downs among other locations.


    COURSE LEVEL/ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    No entry requirements.


    HOW PROGRESS IS CHECKED DURING COURSE

    Learners will be encouraged to keep a learner diary and a folio of their images. This can be done digitally and via the PACA Moodle website.

    You will also get constructive and encouraging feedback on progress from the tutor and peers.


    EXTRA STUDY OR PRACTICE REQUIRED AT HOME

    Assignments will be given for students to practise their new skills and engage with photography as a hobby. Assignments will be reviewed in class in a safe and positive environment for students to learn from, and be able to encourage each other’s progress.


    MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED TO BRING TO THE COURSE

    A Dslr camera, memory card, fully charged battery, note pad and pen.

    A tripod would be ideal, but if not owned, advice will be given over the duration of the course.

    Feel free to bring any extra lenses and filters that you may wish learn about.


    WHAT CAN I DO NEXT?

    There is a further course, Introduction to Dslr Photography 3 which will progress from this course, with lots of great creative photography tutorials, techniques and projects.

    At the end of each term there will also be a one day workshop in Digital Photo-editing for students that wish to learn how to edit their images from the course and even make a print of their favourite image!

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    This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course. Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges. We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.

    START DATE AND TIME:
    Mon, 13th January 2020
    1300 - 1500
    DURATION:
    10 weeks
    Code:
    CL062
    Full fee:
    £110
    Concessionary fee:*
    £95

    TUTOR:

    Tobias James Slater-Hunt

    Address

    PACA Adult learning, Chalky Road
    View map

    This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course. Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges. We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.

    COURSE AIMS/OBJECTIVES

  • Use and understand the exposure triangle
  • Improve focusing and understand how different lenses work such as wide angle and zoom lenses.
  • Engage with different genres of photography, such as Landscape, Cityscape, Portrait, Macro and Street Photography!
  • Use creative photographic techniques such as Light painting to make exciting and creative images.
  • Develop your photo skills and improve you creative photography in a fun, informative and interesting way.
  • COURSE CONTENT

    This course follows on from Part 1 BUT is also open to more confident photographers that may wish to join the course.

    Over the duration of the course we will look at how to take complete control of your camera in manual mode and continue to look at improved composition and a variety of exciting and creative photography challenges.

    We will also look at different kinds of creative photography, such as Landscape photography, Long exposure photography, light painting, creative portraiture and macro photography.


    TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

    There will be tutor-led tutorials and hands-on practical exercises throughout the course with plenty of time allowed for you to explore and experiment. There will also be the opportunity for group discussions about a variety of photography topics and all subjects taught throughout the course will be supported by presentations, demonstrations and hand-outs. There will also be the opportunity to have lessons on location and hone your skills photographing Brighton Pier and Coast Line and the South Downs among other locations.


    COURSE LEVEL/ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    No entry requirements.


    HOW PROGRESS IS CHECKED DURING COURSE

    Learners will be encouraged to keep a learner diary and a folio of their images. This can be done digitally and via the PACA Moodle website.

    You will also get constructive and encouraging feedback on progress from the tutor and peers.


    EXTRA STUDY OR PRACTICE REQUIRED AT HOME

    Assignments will be given for students to practise their new skills and engage with photography as a hobby. Assignments will be reviewed in class in a safe and positive environment for students to learn from, and be able to encourage each other’s progress.


    MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED TO BRING TO THE COURSE

    A Dslr camera, memory card, fully charged battery, note pad and pen.

    A tripod would be ideal, but if not owned, advice will be given over the duration of the course.

    Feel free to bring any extra lenses and filters that you may wish learn about.


    WHAT CAN I DO NEXT?

    There is a further course, Introduction to Dslr Photography 3 which will progress from this course, with lots of great creative photography tutorials, techniques and projects.

    At the end of each term there will also be a one day workshop in Digital Photo-editing for students that wish to learn how to edit their images from the course and even make a print of their favourite image!

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