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A Level Photography at The Whitby High School

Course description

The main practical focus of the course is about taking photographs and

manipulating them in computer software to produce personal and

creative outcomes. Traditional and/or new media can be used to

undertake documentary work, photojournalism, experimental

imagery, photomontage, photographic or digital installation,

animation, video and film. All of the content that applies to the Level 2

course applies to level 3 and students are expected to perform at a

higher level and show more depth of understanding of creative

processes.

As for the level 2 course the scope is very wide and allows for great

personal input. Work may be presented as printed images, or

electronically - for example as a slideshow installation using

PowerPoint (or similar), on a CD-ROM, or via a website.

Entry requirements

The main practical focus of the course is about taking photographs and

manipulating them in computer software to produce personal and

creative outcomes. Traditional and/or new media can be used to

undertake documentary work, photojournalism, experimental

imagery, photomontage, photographic or digital installation,

animation, video and film. All of the content that applies to the Level 2

course applies to level 3 and students are expected to perform at a

higher level and show more depth of understanding of creative

processes.

As for the level 2 course the scope is very wide and allows for great

personal input. Work may be presented as printed images, or

electronically - for example as a slideshow installation using

PowerPoint (or similar), on a CD-ROM, or via a website.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Whitby High School directly.

Last updated date: 21 October 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1-2 Years

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