The broad principles of photography, whether we use film or digital are often the same or similar and in this respect most of what you read in this course will have relevance to both digital or film. Photography is a craft, the techniques and skills of which we must study and practice learn in order to become proficient. Our craft has a new selection of tools which we should master in order to create beautiful, dramatic, informative images. The tools and technology are the means to the end. This course can be undertaken by users of film or digital technologies.
WHAT YOU NEED?
This course can be undertaken successfully without sophisticated camera equipment; however, you do need the use of a camera. An SLR camera is best, but any camera will do. Over the time you do the course, you need to submit photos (either digital images or processed film - in that case a minimum of 5 rolls of film would need to be shot and developed.
All photos you take, and written work you submit will be returned to you.
There are 6 lessons in this course:
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.
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