Universities are asking for application to join in Photography courses in UK for 2017-2018 academic session.
Professional photographers have the ability capture moments in such a way that elicit certain emotions. Steve McCurry’s best-known image ‘Afghan Girl’, which made the cover of the National Geographic, is a great example of a photo which, despite its simplicity, means different things to different people.
There are a variety of specializations in photography, with different areas of the profession focusing on photojournalism (see ‘Afghan Girl’, above), portrait, commercial and fashion, all requiring a lot of time and practice to master.
In addition to being good with a camera in your hand, photographers should also be creative, confident, highly motivated and be skilled at using programmes such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Light-room.
Robert Gordon University is based in Aberdeen, Scotland, and offers a one-year BA Commercial Photography course. Students will have the opportunity to test their skills within a choice of supported topic themes which are linked to live projects and industry liaison.
The University of Westminster offer a range of photography programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including the MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism. This course offers a unique combination of critical understanding for documentary photographers and photojournalists working in contemporary media.
De Montfort University offer the unique Photography and Video BA, a unique combination of critical understanding for documentary photographers and photojournalists working in the field of contemporary media practice.
Lincoln’s undergraduate photography programme is one of the University’s Design courses which is ranked 1st in the UK according to the National Student Survey 2016. Students are encouraged to experiment and explore a variety of lens-based techniques – from traditional darkroom to innovative digital technologies.
BA (Hons) Photography at Coventry University is degree where students are empowered with technical skills, critical knowledge and professional experience to establish a career using photography as a tool for creative expression and visual communication. By graduation, students are technologically fluent, theoretically literate, critically rigorous and context aware.
Study Photography in the UK.
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