HND Photography

Online

Price on request
  • Typology

    HND

  • Methodology

    Online

Description

This course encourages you to develop the knowledge and skills required to be a professional photographer Projects blend creative and technical skills They include the exploration of fashion, reportage and location photography The course also embraces the contemporary use of video with the photographic image by developing your video shooting and post-production editing skills Importantly, the course also looks to enhance your creative use of visual language and wider understanding of photography through a self-directed research project and studies that prepare you for professional work

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What you'll learn on the course

  • Art
  • Skills and Training
  • Image
  • Design
  • Production
  • Post Production
  • IT

Course programme

What will I learn?

The programme includes the following modules:

  • Fashion Photography
  • Location Photography
  • Press Photography & Photo Journalism
  • Visual Communication in Art & Design
  • Ideas Generation & Development in Art & Design
  • Contextual & Cultural Referencing in Art & Design
  • Digital Image Creation & Development
  • Professional Practice in Art & Design
  • Project Design, Implementation & Evaluation
  • Critical Study in Art & Design
  • Video Production
  • Digital Video Post-Production & Editing
  • Darkroom Practice in Photography
  • Specialist Practice in Photography

How will I be assessed?

Students are assessed on the quality of their coursework including images developed over the period of the programme

What may it lead to?

The HND Photography is a practical photographic course aimed at developing students who wish to develop a photographic career in a photography/image design related role The programme also enables continued study leading to a Bachelor's Degree level study

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have at least one of the following: Merit/Merit/Pass profile at BTEC or equivalent in a relevant subject or an A Level or equivalent at C or above Alternatively, an Access course in an appropriate subject

Additional Information & Other Costs

Delivery is through lectures, seminars and tutorials, normally over three days a week

  • Hours Yr1: 450
  • Hours Yr2: 450
  • Self-directed study hours Yr1: 750
  • Self-directed study hours Yr2: 800

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