WHO IS THIS PROGRAMME FOR
The course is aimed at students wanting to develop a career in various strands of the photography industry such as Portraiture, Editorial, Advertising, Conceptual/Fine Art, Fashion, Documentary and Photojournalism.
Our students also develop skills that can enable them to develop careers in a wide range of related industries such as Arts Administration, Education, Media Practice and research and much more.
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE
We foster a creative and professionally focused environment for each student to ensure that the knowledge acquired, contributes to the brokering of new connections and an empowering career. Through our curriculum and the diversity within the classroom and student community you can enjoy a dynamic, creative and culturally inspiring education. Experience an interdisciplinary, discursive and innovative approach to Higher Education that involves the fostering of an enterprising and entrepreneurial spirit.
WHAT WILL I EXPERIENCE
You will develop your technical skills of photography, whilst exploring images from a critical stance and develop your practical skills in the field or in the studio. The final semester will demonstrate the expert skills you have mastered throughout the programme through the creation of your own project. Through demonstrating professional skills, techniques and critical understanding, you will be expected to create a professional portfolio of work, which will assist you in pursuing a successful career in the industry.
Synthesis of a range of concepts, knowledge and skills relating to photography
Application of complex theories to practice realistic work situations in photography sectors
Ability to innovate and work in a creative way
Develop and present a professional portfolio in an appropriate format
Creative and practical understanding of the different genres of photography
Independence of approach to study and the generation of photography evidence
Ability to engage with complex and/or unpredictable situations in photography contexts
Ability to take responsibility to manage and direct your own and others’ activities
Insight and judgment in relation to the margins and consequences of error
Research and investigative skills
Our HNC/D provides you with the knowledge and understanding of photography needed to qualify for entry-level, industry positions including – professional photographer, picture editor, researcher, and photographic assistant. In addition to technical proficiency and creative development, your education at LCCA will see you develop critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills, providing you with tools to help sustain a long and productive professional career. You may choose to progress onto higher education in the form of professional qualifications or a degree.
Year 1 (HNC)
Communication in Art & Design
Individual Project (Pearson set)
Techniques & Processes
Lighting in Photography
Year 2 (HND)
Applied Practice Collaborative Project
Advanced Photography Studies
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