Photography (AQA) at The Duke of York's Royal Military School
Photography is a means of communicating in a visual way. It can challenge the way we think about the world.
AS - This one year course explores the basic principles of photography and an introduction to the SLR camera alongside some digital techniques and manipulation. It also allows students to develop a more personal practical project with preparatory studies leading to a set of finished prints as well as completing preparatory studies for the externally set assignment. A Level - The full A Level course encourages the development of skills and ideas to produce a creative, mature and technically proficient body of work showing personal commitment, flair and individuality. The coursework allows students to develop a personal practical project with preparatory studies leading to finished work, producing contextual studies which relate personal work to other photographers/ photographic issues using visual and written elements.
A minimum of grade C in English GCSE.
Coursework is 60% and examination 40%.
Studying Photography can lead to a number of career areas, e.g. fashion or advertising photography, sports photography, photojournalism, fine art photography, forensic/ medical photography, film and television, graphic design, animation, photographic processing and printing, etc.
How to apply
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