Photography: Let’s Take Better Pictures Leisure
What is special about this course?
Photography: Let’s Take Better Pictures is an 8 week course on how to start taking control of your camera and start shooting in aperture priority, shutter priority and manual.
You will learn about ISO, aperture and shutter speeds, you will also learn about focusing and how flash can improve your images.
By the time the 8 weeks are finished you will be in control of your camera and taking
- Get the most from your camera
- Make your pictures come alive
- Take more “professional” images
- Learn from an industry expert
- Friendly teaching environment
This course is designed for beginners to photography.
Course content includes:
- Aperture and shutter speeds
- How flash can improve your images
You must have a Bridge camera or a DSLR (point and shoot cameras are not suitable). Please make sure you bring your camera and its manual with you.
How will I study my course?
Face-to-face teaching to allow you to look at photographs critically and appreciate how to improve them.
How long will my course last?
Where can I study my course?
- Moray College UHI
Start dateFebruary, April and September
The good news is that depending on your personal circumstances there are a wide range of bursaries, grants and allowances available to fund your college studies.
What can I do on completion of my course?
On completion of this course you may wish to apply for an HNC in Visual Communication.
Is there more information available online?
You can use the above QR code to connect directly to the course details.
Apply for Photography: Let’s Take Better Pictures Leisure
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