Intermediate Photography SLR

Level 1 Diploma
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Course Location

College

Trafford College

Location

Altrincham Campus

Further Details

Age

Adult

Department

Art & Design

Course Start Date

Thursday 16th January 2025

Course Duration

Full-time, 9 Weeks

Course Time

18:30 - 20:30

Course Fee

£ 75.00
You may be eligible for support with your tuition fees - please visit the college website - funding and finance page for further information

Course Code

APQ-AD2Z-1300

Course Overview

Learn to unleash your creativity and experiment with different photographic styles!
Connect with a community of photographers, share experiences, and receive constructive feedback.
Explore the potential for a hobby or a career in photography.

Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or an aspiring professional, an SLR (Single Lens Reflex) photography course can provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to capture stunning images and express your creativity through photography.

This course is designed to advance your photography skills through the use of Digital SLR cameras. Topics covered include advanced techniques in lighting and composition, which can be applied to specialised areas such as Landscape and People photography. We will help you to develop a strong foundation in photography techniques, allowing you to capture better photos and gain confidence in using your DSLR camera effectively.

Please be informed that ownership of a personal DSLR camera is a prerequisite for enrolment in this course.

Course Requirements

No formal qualifications are needed but some knowledge of the functions of a DSLR or having undertaken our Basic SLR Photography course will be useful.

What you will Learn

The primary objective of this course is to enhance learners’ confidence in using their equipment and to expand their understanding of the creative possibilities it offers.

Assessment

There is no formal assessment. Students will receive helpful feedback throughout the course.

Progression

Upon successfuly completion of the course students can apply for the accredited Photography courses.

Alternatively, there is variety of leisure and community courses are offered for enrollment, including but not limited to:
Hair and Media Make-up
Health and Social Care
Art and Design
Languages
Childcare and Education
Counselling
Digital Skills
Hospitality and Catering

Career Options

Completing an intermediate SLR (Single Lens Reflex) photography course can significantly expand your photography skills and open up various career opportunities in the field of photography and related creative industries. Here are some potential career options after completing an intermediate SLR photography course:

Professional Photographer: You can work as a freelance photographer or establish your own photography business, specialising in various genres like portrait, wedding, commercial, or event photography.

Photojournalist: Work for newspapers, magazines, or online publications, capturing images that tell stories and document current events.

Architectural and Real Estate Photographer: Capture images of buildings, interiors, and properties for architects, real estate agencies, and property developers.

Food Photographer: Focus on photographing food for restaurants, cookbooks, food blogs, and advertising campaigns.

Wildlife and Nature Photographer: Specialise in capturing images of wildlife, landscapes, and natural environments. This career often involves working for conservation organizations, magazines, or as a freelancer.

Sports Photographer: Cover sporting events, capturing action shots and athlete portraits for media outlets, sports teams, and sporting organisations.

Event Photographer: Photograph events such as weddings, parties, corporate gatherings, and conferences.

Travel Photographer: Document your travels through photography, and potentially sell your images to travel magazines, websites, or agencies.

It’s important to note that while completing an intermediate SLR photography course is a significant step, building a successful career in photography often requires continued learning, building a portfolio, networking, and marketing your services. The specific career path you choose will depend on your interests, strengths, and the opportunities available in your area or within your niche of choice.

Mandatory Units

There are no mandatory units

Contact Details

For further information please contact T: 0161 886 7070 or E: info@trafford.ac.uk

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Disclaimer

Although every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained within this document is accurate, there may be changes to this programme and provision. We will endeavour to keep prospective and current students updated where appropriate and when the information becomes available.
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