Seascape Photography

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This course is aimed at photographers of any experience but students must have a DSLR or advanced Bridge Camera. This course focuses on composition and metering techniques in order for students to grasp the complexities of seascape photography. It will give them some of the skills required to spot a good picture and be able to use a variety of metering and focusing techniques to capture it the way they wish to. This session starts on location (to be confirmed) and then transfers to the classroom in the afternoon where students will be given the opportunity to download work for group review. Specifically, we will be looking at how to capture reflective lighting as well as how best to use long exposures., , Course Aims, To produce a series of seascapes, To be able to use and adjust Aperture settings in order to maximise the effect of Depth of Field, To be able to frame and compose seascapes, , There is no qualification for this course., , There is limited parking on site, but there is a public car park nearby and on-street parking. This course is aimed at photographers of any experience but students must have a DSLR or advanced Bridge Camera.

Course information

Name: Seascape Photography Qualification title: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Media and Communication Qualification type: Assessment Awarding Generic award - no awarding body Created 20160412 14:17:08 Updated 20160412 14:17:08

Entry requirements

Please do not buy anything especially for this course before it starts. All students will need either a DSLR or advanced Bridge Camera (with Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual settings - A,S,M on the mode wheel) as well as USB cable or card reader. If you have a tripod then this would be very useful, although not compulsory. As the course might be at a location (TBC) that is not easily accessible by public transport, you will need your own transport. Please bring a packed lunch. Equipment required Please do not buy anything especially for this course before it starts. All students will need either a DSLR or advanced Bridge Camera (with Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual settings - A,S,M on the mode wheel) as well as USB cable or card reader. If you have a tripod then this would be very useful, although not compulsory. As the course might be at a location (TBC) that is not easily accessible by public transport, you will need your own transport. Please bring a packed lunch.

Provider

Kent Training and Apprenticeship Service / Kent Adult Education (Community Learning and Skills)
adult.education@kent.gov.uk
0845 606 5606
http://www.kent.gov.uk/adulted

Address

Head Office
College Road Town: Sittingbourne County:Kent

Learning aims

Title: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Media and Communication Qualification: Non regulated Community Learning provision, Media and Communication Classification: Arts, Media and Publishing

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