This course is ideal for those students who have completed our Level 2 Morley Photography Course or those already possessing extensive photography experience and wanting to extend their skills. You may directly enrol for this course and after a skills assessment we may advise you to transfer to another more suitable course. Please read this course outline carefully and if you are not sure of your current skills level please contact stephen.mepsted@morleycollege.ac.uk for more advice. This course helps you to prepare a professional portfolio of images to advance in a photography career or apply to Higher Education at University or HE course here at Morley. Working on a series of real-world projects, taught by industry professionals and using the very latest equipment and software; this course will quickly propel your skills to the next level! Work on challenging briefs that encourage you to think creatively and understand your camera thoroughly. You will learn to produce work to a professional standard, working on ‘real-life’ projects and the potential to work on assignments with our partners; including Transport for London, The Migration Museum & The Waterloo Festival. You will learn to produce highly technical images and practice image-editing workflows using computer software. Work independently and in teams to gain valuable feedback from your peers. Students need computer skills and own a camera with access to manual controls. The course finishes with a public exhibition of your work. Printing and presentation costs are not included. If you are not entitled to a reduced fee but are finding it difficult to pay for your course in one go, we can offer a Staged Payment Agreement to split the costs into three payments if your course(s) costs £200 or more. Please talk to a member of enrolment staff about how your payments would be structured. You are liable for all payments under this agreement, even if you stop attending your class.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand different camera functions needed to produce high quality images
  • Use a variety of camera techniques to produce high quality images
  • Produce Images in response to assignments and briefs
  • Use Computer software such as Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to postproduce and organise your images
  • Print your images to a high standard
  • Show your images in an exhibition at the end of the year
  • Give and receive constructive feedback with your peers to help you progress

Tutor: Paul Kemp

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