Year 1 (national level 4):
- Genres of Photography (20 credits)
An introduction to the way of working in the photography department and the study skills you will need for your practical and written work.
- The Digital Image: Moving and Still (20 credits)
Explore how digital technology has impacted on video and photography and develop your own work informed by technical skills and contemporary practitioners, from Video Art to YouTube and inkjet prints to Instagram.
- Realist Photography (20 credits)
Explore realist approaches to photography, from social documentary to landscape photography and learn black and white film processing and printing.
- Studio Photography (20 credits)
Explore the possibilities of light in your images through using studio lighting and different format cameras. Extend your technical, aesthetic and practical skills and consider how to an image in the studio.
- History of Photographic Genres (20 credits)
Take a look at the historical development of different areas within photography by looking at portraiture, landscape, still life, advertising, fashion, documentary, architecture, photo-montage and art.
- The Alternative Print (20 credits)
Think differently about the photographic print in a module divided into two sections. Consider the digital print and how to make a high-quality digital photographic print, and get an introduction to a range of alternative print processes.
Some modules have prerequisites. Read more about what this means in our Help and Advice article.