Study Type
Part Time
Start Date:
Choice of courses starting on either 14th Sep 2023, 4th Jan 2024 or 18th Apr 2024. Evening sessions run 18:00 to 20:00
12 weeks

Course Sheets

Entry requirements

View The Isle of Wight College's standard entry requirements for full-time college courses (depending on the level of the course to be studied).

An interest in both developing further photographic skills and experimentation with image making, at a higher level. If you are new to photography, then look at applying for the Introduction to Photography course.
Who the course is for
The advanced evening course is aimed at anyone who wishes to extend and develop their creative and technical knowledge, with light capture and effective image editing. It will also enable you to develop research skills in order to explore historic and contemporary creative practice within the genre.
What the interview will involve

You will be sent a career plan prior to your interview date to complete and bring along with you on the day. The interview is a two-way process which will give you the opportunity to discuss the course and suitability with the subject tutor.

What you will learn
  • Creative camera techniques.
  • Post production in Adobe Lightroom.
  • A comprehensive understanding of light source and light capture.
How you will learn
The classes will take place in the photography editing suite, and will include instruction and exploration through practical tasks. Our expert tutor will guide and support you throughout to help you progress both your skills and ideas. There are no assessments or exams. The PC’s in the suite operate Adobe CC software. We also have a fully equipped photographic studio and darkroom.
On completion of this course you could progress on to:
  • A Photography qualification
  • Other leisure courses at the college, including Creative Drawing or Exploring Art for Beginners
There is a standard fee of £98. However, please note that you could be eligible for funding for this course. The criteria are specific, so please contact the College for further information to see if you qualify.
Additional information

You will need a compact or SLR digital camera for this course, or access to one for the duration. We suggest that you bring a notebook or sketchbook with you plus a pen and pencil, to record notes and ideas. Please do not buy any new equipment for the course, as it is better to discuss options and choices with your tutor before you commit to any purchase.

Please note that all courses are subject to minimum numbers. If there are too few enrolments, the College may cancel the course. A place on your chosen course is not confirmed until enrolment is complete and any relevant fees are paid.

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