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Have you got a new camera and want to know how to use it? Or maybe you're a more advanced learner who wants to gain a recognised photography qualification? Whatever your level, we have a course for you.
To find out what's on offer you can use our course finder or contact your local centre.
This course is ideal if you are interested in learning basic photography skills and knowledge, but don’t require a qualification at the end. During this course, you will cover using a camera to capture creative images and learn about processing and editing images. You will need your own camera to join this course.
This course follows on from getting started with photography. In these sessions, you will learn about camera focussing modes, colour printing, white balance and, importantly, the assessment of your photos. You must bring your own camera to this course.
In these sessions, you will explore further techniques used in photography. You will plan how to capture, process and edit your own creative images.
Come along and find out more about our Photography level 1 main course. On this introductory course you will start to explore some basic photography skills and also take part in an initial assessment of your existing skills. This will allow us to give you advice and guidance on your next steps and to ensure that you are able to get the most from your learning.
This course offers the first and most important step into the magic world of photography. The main focus of the course is the camera and you will learn all about its most important functions including how to use it in fully advanced exposure mode, learning about F/stops, shutter speeds and ISO. The level 1 award is made up of 2 units - using a camera to capture creative images and digital image manipulation.
There are four main adult learning centres around the East Riding and many of our courses are taught in these centres. For more information on the venues, please see the venue details page.
Course costs vary, depending on the duration and type of course, and your personal circumstances (for example, if you’re on certain benefits or you’re taking a particular qualification). For more information on course types, concessions and paying by instalments, please see our how much courses costs page.
You can use our course finder to search for courses by title, subject or location.
You can also contact your nearest adult learning centre where our friendly staff will be happy to give you more information about courses that interest you.