Our Photography courses are delivered through a series of lectures, workshops and assignments, which deal with all areas of photographic application and the acquisition of both practical and critical knowledge.
Through tutorials and critiques, students are encouraged to produce photographic work that asks questions of their subject, and just as importantly, tests the parameters of photographic practice. These courses are broad and friendly allowing students to explore a wide range of techniques, materials and styles in order to determine personal strengths and eventual career directions.
We believe that its essential for your work to have a professional finish and to this end practical projects are supported by workshops. Having access to additional practical knowledge ensures that you can use the University’s excellent facilities with confidence, make informed choices about method and equipment, and ultimately produce work to an exceptional standard.
Workshops cover processing and printing, including historical print methods, fibre-based black & white; the use of various camera formats from medium format roll-film and 5 x 4 film, to digital (including medium format); digital workflow and printing; video (shooting and editing); exhibition installation and projection; studio and location lighting.