Term 1 Courses
Classes begin Monday 30 January 2017 and run for 9 weeks.
Term Census Date: Friday 16 December 2016
$40 discount applies if full payment is made by the Term Census Date.
See Terms of Service at the Checkout stage to read enrolment policies and understand your responsibilities as of the Census Date.
Please feel welcome to contact us for more information.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to take the camera off auto mode and really use its full capabilities. Students will learn fundamental photography techniques and how to work with digital image capture.
This is a course for the novice or more advanced student but please note that there is more of an emphasis on presentation/aesthetics than specifically on production.
In this course students will develop their photographic portfolio, with an emphasis on exploring various photographic styles. Students will begin to extend their conceptual and technical knowledge with their photographs.
This course will suit the more experienced artist as the topics covered are intended to extend your photographic knowledge, confidence and communication for the next level.
This course is designed to introduce students to working with digital image files. Digital concepts such as bit depth, file systems, colour spaces will be explained, as well as digital manipulation processes such as using curves, levels, cloning, layers, and masking.
This is a Diploma level course. It’s designed to further extend the experienced art/commercial photographer with their vision and relationship with their medium.
This course takes the knowledge provided in Digital Imaging 1 and takes it further, as well as introducing some new concepts and processes. More attention is given to blending modes, advanced selections, and filters, which will facilitate the creation of sophisticated photomontages and manipulated images.
This course is entry level and designed especially for the beginner to introduce them to film-based image capture and processing. Students will learn about all basic darkroom processes and printing.
This is an introductory course for the novice or experienced photographer who would like to learn or refresh their knowledge with various lighting systems and studio techniques for portrait and tabletop still-life work.
This course is designed to help the amateur as well as the professional photographer to strengthen their abilities with designing their photographs. The main purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with recognised visual systems for designing a more visually engaging photograph.
This is an introductory course for either amateur or experienced photographers who would like to learn more about photographing people on location and in the studio.
This course is for people starting out in large format photography, or who have yet to buy a camera and want to see if large format is for them.
This two-term class commenced in Term 4 2016, so we are not taking enrolments. Please let us know of your interest for future schedules.