Devised and taught by a professional photographer, the students will receive a comprehensive range of worksheets and learning aids throughout the course and will also take home with them 8 archival quality photographs of their favourite images made during their time on the course. On the course, students will learn about and practice a wide range of photographic genres; from portraiture to landscape, advertising and street photography, as well as working in a studio and out on location.
All Photography tutors are experienced professionals also with teaching experience. Clients of our tutors Include The Guardian newspaper, Caramel Childrenswear, Orla Kiely (fashion designer) and La Coqueta childrenswear.
The Programme covers the following topics in photography over a 2 week period: • COMPOSITION Learning how to compose and craft a photograph and developing a signature style • PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE Practicing different aspects of people photography, from candid and formal portraiture to fashion • THE PHOTO STORY Shooting & putting together a series of images that communicate a narrative • STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY Experimenting with different lighting styles and learning to give direction within a studio environment • THE POWER OF A SINGLE IMAGE Students will look at how to craft a single photograph to communicate a message and how to put their concept into practice • URBAN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY Along the Thames, where the Brutalist architecture sits alongside the ancient river, the students will create urban landscape photographs using filters and a tripod • STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Students will shoot candid street photographs exploring urban living as it unfolds around them Outside of photography students will go on visits and excursions in their destination, visit galleries, as well as weekend day trips.
Go on a tour of the local street art scene with a professional guide and learn the history and significance of this form of art
London and Brighton are home to many Photography Galleries and you will get the chance to explore and analyse the exhibitions.