Portrait Photography (Studio)
Portrait Photography runs for 8 weeks, 2 hours per week
On this course you will be able to learn how to take better pictures of your friends and family and learn the professional techniques for portrait photography. This is a skill building course specialising portrait digital photography. Portraiture photography is where you will refine and develop a professional approach to portrait photography giving your images a more polished finish and learn skills from a pro.
Portrait Photography is for those who have a basic command of manual settings on their digital camera and want to learn more. There will also be lessons in Photoshop to make the best of the digital images produced.
Portrait Photography is taught at our Longbridge campus near Birmingham. The state-of-the-art campus was built in 2011 and currently has some of the best facilities in the Midlands.
- Assessing manual camera settings and how to set them
- Lighting and techniques (Studio and none studio)
- Digital photography
- Improving composition
- Photoshop techniques
- Improving your portfolio
A variety of methods and materials will be used. There will be practical experience and workshop activities. These will be supported by tutor demonstrations, handouts and materials.
The tuition for this course will be delivered by a college lecturer that has gained both a Degree and Masters Degree in Fine Art and Photography. The tutor has the acquired knowledge and expertise from professional practice in the field of both Fine Art and Photography.
There is no formal assessment. Students will be required to present a digital portfolio of work produced on the course.
On successful completion of the course you will receive a college certificate of attendance.
Opportunities for Progression
There is a wide range of qualifications to choose from our art and design courses.
A keen interest and desire to improve your digital photographs. Knowledge of manual camera controls is required. See our Beginners Photography course if you are not confident in manual controls. Access to your own digital camera advised but not a requirement.
ADDITIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT
If you have a learning difficulty, disability or medical condition that means that you may require additional learning support during your studies, please ensure that you discuss this with the Assessment & Support Manager before enrolling on a course. It is essential that this is discussed at the earliest possible opportunity to ensure that the college has the resources available to meet your support needs. Please contact the Assessment & Support Manager on 0121 477 1300 for further guidance.
For Further Information
If you're looking to study Portrait Photography, please contact the Advice Zone on 0121 477 1300, call in or email email@example.com