Beginners Guide to Digital Photography
This course aims to teach the very basics of Digital Photography utilising the settings and controls of your camera, examining photo manipulation using Adobe Photoshop to produce stunning digital prints.
Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester
1. Develop new skills and techniques
2. Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
3. Good range of facilities and services
4. Appropriate classroom/workshop
5. Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study?
You will learn how to use your camera fully, download your photo images into the PC, how to manipulate them and produce a finished print. By the end of the course you should be able to set camera controls to create correctly exposed images in differing situations, download images to a computer, manipulate and print images.
How will I be Taught?
Practical demonstration by the tutor One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved
How will I be Assessed?
Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)
What our students say?
99% of our students felt they made the right decision on choosing Chichester College to study on our Adult and Community Learning courses.
Guide to Digital Photography – Next Step
Students who want to understand how the creative controls can be used to produce images where they are in control of the camera settings rather than automatic modes.
Your course options
The prices shown are for home students only. Fee information for international students is available
in the International section.
Where the course is for more than one year, the price shown is for the first year only (except for NVQs)
and prices for subsequent years will be published when available.
Students who are under 19 on 31st August in the academic year in which they start their course, will be
exempt from tuition fees on the majority of courses.
The College reserves the right to withdraw courses, limit recruitment and where necessary make significant
changes to fees payable dependent on the number of students enrolled for a course or due to changes in legislation.
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