Diploma In Photography VPH002

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Start your career in the photographic industry. This course will help create an awareness and understanding in the industry, helps develop knowledge and skills in using a camera to a professional standard, and teaches you all-important communication and business skills needed to be successful in the real world.

Developed by professional photographers to train professional photographers, this course gives you a very sound foundation for a career in the modern photographic industry. This is a rapidly changing industry; and this course is continuously being updated to meet these rapid changes.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The certificate consists of the following SIX (6) modules:

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Start your career in the photographic industry. This course will help create an awareness and understanding in the industry, helps develop knowledge and skills in using a camera to a professional standard, and teaches you all-important communication and business skills needed to be successful in the real world.

Developed by professional photographers to train professional photographers, this course gives you a very sound foundation for a career in the modern photographic industry. This is a rapidly changing industry; and this course is continuously being updated to meet these rapid changes.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The certificate consists of the following SIX (6) modules:

To view detailed outlines of each of the modules click on the modules above, one by one.

Course Structure

The Diploma consists of six modules:

Introduction to Photography

* Discuss the principles those underpins photography and examine the evolution into digital technologies.
* Explain how photographic images are able to be captured on film. This lesson will also explain how photographic images are able to be captured by digital cameras.
* Provide you with a firm understanding of how you can work at improving your capabilities with respect to taking photographs. It provides a framework, upon which you will base your work in future lessons.
* Determine appropriate application for a range of common items of photographic equipment and develop an understanding of how digital images can be transferred effectively from a digital camera
* Explain how photographic film is developed.
* Describe the process by which photographic film may be enlarged. Also explain techniques that can be used to process digital photographs within a computer to achieve improved or changed images.
* Work more effectively with light when taking photographs.
* To identify and avoid common faults in photographs.

Photographic Practice


* Compose photographs in a way that matches a predetermined aim.
* Explain a variety of ways to take better photographs of people.
* Explain a variety of ways to take better photographs of landscapes or other natural subjects.
* Differentiate between appropriate use of colour and black and white photography.
* Create varied visual affects through the use of special techniques.
* Explain a variety of ways to take better illustrative photographs.
* Explain a variety of ways to take better photographs for use in print or electronic media.
* Determine the nature and scope of business opportunities in photography.

Photographic Technology


* Describe in technical terms, how an image forms when a photograph is taken.
* Explain the nature of light and how this relates to the finished photographic product.
* Describe how sensitivity of a photo sensitive surface and its development affect the photographic image.
* Explain sensitivity relates to development affect the photographic image.
* Explain the composition and manipulation of white and coloured light to create different photographic images.
* Discuss the chemical process that occurs in producing a colour film photograph.
* Explain how the photographic image may be manipulated by using optical filters or other camera attachments, other than lenses.
* Explain how the photographic image may be manipulated by using lenses.

Digital Photography


* Describe the scope and nature of digital photography
* Select appropriate equipment for use in digital photography
* Explain how technology enables digital images to be captured.
* Compare different digital cameras and select an appropriate camera for a particular application.
* Control the effects created in a digital photograph which you take.
* Describe techniques which can be used for digitally capturing images from film photographs, or graphics.
* Explain how digital images can be transferred effectively from a camera (or scanner) onto another device (eg. a computer, video monitor, television set, etc).
* Describe techniques that can be used to process digital photographs within a computer to achieve improved or changed images.
* Explain how digital photos can be manipulated and changed to produce altered images.
* Discuss the scope and nature of special effects that can be created with digital photographs.
* Identify how and where digital photography can effectively be used.

Photoshop

* Open digital files using Photoshop
* Resize images and save them in multiple file formats
* Create original graphics using the Photoshop tools
* Manipulate individual elements of a graphic composition or image
* Improve the quality of an image (clean it up) by applying modifications
* Apply interesting filters and effects to images or compositions
* Prepare your files for the web, print or email

Photographic Lighting


* Discuss the scope and nature of lighting as relevant to photography.
* Describe how different light sources will affect different images in varying ways.
* Describe how different filters can be used to create different lighting effects.
* Identify the differences between different types of light meters.
* Describe the range of equipment which can be used to help achieve more desirable light conditions for photography.
* Explain contrast and how to compensate for imperfect light conditions.
* Explain how to use tone to create the desired final image.
* Distinguish between utilisation of light in a studio and on location.To view detailed outlines of each of the modules click on the modules above, one by one.

Duration: 600 hours (approximately)
You can pay either:

Full Fees and receive a 10% discount

As a two part payment plan
As a four part payment plan

If you pay in full on enrolment, the fees are discounted.

If you pay in 2 parts, the first half of the course is supplied initially; and the second part payment is not made until you have completed the first half (at which time the second half of the course is supplied).

If you pay in 4 parts, the first half is still supplied; you are then billed a second payment (due 2 months later). The third payment becomes due when you commence the second half of the certificate.The fourth part is due 2 months after that.
This course prepares you for a career in the photo

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