Our Complete Digital Photography course is perfect for anyone who is a total beginner to digital photography, or those wishing to learn more about their cameras and different techniques.
Enrol now for the available days
Throughout this Complete Digital Photography course, you will learn how to use a camera from the ground up. From developing your understanding of your camera's settings to taking a photograph and then editing it, you will gain a comprehensive knowledge of how to create fantastic photos.
Within this course, you’ll learn an array of different techniques. You’ll cover a variety of camera settings, from apertures and shutter speeds to ISO’s and focussing. Examine a range of lenses and learn how and when to use them for different types of photography.
Furthermore, you’ll learn how to take control of your camera by moving out of the ‘auto’ mode so that you can get your photos to look how you want them to. Depth of field and how to use it within your photography for creative images will also be explored.
Photo editing using Adobe Photoshop is another important component of this course, where you’ll edit photos in RAW as well as Jpeg file formats.
During this course, you will be set three photo assignments as homework to produce three photos to show on the final week.
To book a course, you will need to register online by clicking on the day you would like to attend. Please see the course information below the heading ‘Enrol now for the available days’.
If no days are available
If there are no places available, you can register your interest and we will notify you once the course is live in a future term.
Payment is made in full at the time of booking.
If you are booking a Level 3 or 4 Counselling course, you will be able to pay for this using a Direct Debit, which you will set up before the course starts in September. Please check the relevant course pages for details.
Booking on behalf of someone else
Please register using the student’s correct details including medical conditions, learning support needs and disabilities.