||Start Date||End Date||Class Time||
|Intro to Photography - Morning Intakes||5 Feb 2024||1 Mar 2024||09h30 - 12h30||Two sessions per week for four weeks. Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays|
|8 Apr 2024||3 May 2024||09h30 - 12h30||Two sessions per week for four weeks. Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays|
|20 May 2024||14 June 2024||09h30 - 12h30||Two sessions per week for four weeks. Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays|
|Intro to Photography - Evening Intakes||12 Mar 2024||4 Apr 2024||18h00 - 21h00||Two sessions per week for four weeks. Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays|
The course covers a range of topics, including camera settings, exposure, composition, lighting, and post-processing techniques. By the end of the course, students should feel confident in their ability to use their camera to its full potential and create stunning photographs that showcase their personal style.
The small class size provides an opportunity for personalized feedback from the instructor, and practical projects and outings allow students to apply their newly acquired skills in real-world settings.
Students will have the opportunity to practice their skills during two practical outings, where they will receive supervision and guidance. Additionally, the course includes group critiques, regular assignments, and feedback from peers and lecturers to help students consolidate their knowledge and develop their photography practice.
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced photographer, this course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to create unique and compelling photographs.
We also offer the course on Saturdays, to accommodate students who may have other commitments during the week and prefer a weekend option. This version of the course consists of six sessions that take place over six consecutive weekends.
Course Outcomes - What You'll Take Away
- Camera Operation: Exposure / Contrast / Lense / Focus
- Composition and perspective
- Movement and depth of field
- Introduction to lighting
- Introduction to post production and image management