Photography - Photography (Year 1) - Level 3 at North Kent College
Based within CIDA (Creative Industrial Design & Arts) this course introduces this skills required in digital and traditional silver-based technologies. The course allows aspiring photographers to explore a number of photographic genres; portrait, landscape, advertising and image manipulation and will include drawing, design, creative use of information technologies and historical and contextual understanding of the use of photography and the image. A broad view of photography is encouraged, that acknowledges elements from other disciplines of Art and Design.
This course delivers the essential skills required to pursue and gain access through higher education or apprenticeship to a career as a Photographer, Darkroom or Studio Technician, Photo-Journalist, Photographic Digital Imager or Media and Multimedia Designer. Aspiring photographers will have an understanding of field of vision, lighting, filters within both the field and studio. Additionally film processing and hand-printing; digital imaging, editing and printing techniques; composition and image framing; use of digital image data files; image scanning and editing.
4 GCSE A* - C grades or equivalent plus Portfolio and Interview. Formal academic requirements may be waived for mature applicants but Portfolio and Interview still apply.
Photographic and design Journals, research journals, portfolio and presentation.
£150 company course contribution per year. plus materials/visits/exhibition contribution.
Year 2 through successful completion of year 1; then Higher Education or Employment.
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