New comers and novice photoshop users No previous knowledge/qualifications are required but you will be expected to complete an Individual Learning Plan to help support your progress.
By the end of the course the learner will be able to apply technical and creative thinking to image manipulation enabling them to create their own project such as an online photo book or getting ready for an exhibition in a gallery. On the course you will learn how to use the right format and size for publishing or printing. Phtotoshop for photographers will teach the fundamental tools to create and edit images such as, colour correction, working with layers, image manipulation effect tools (light and shadow, textures, filters), preparing images for the Web etc.
Teaching and Learning Methods
You will learn through, practical activities, group exercises and peer assessment, listening and analysis, demonstration and discussion, use of supporting online materials, individual practice, use of ILT and continuous assessment. There is no homework associated with the sessions but please do discuss extension activities with your tutor.
There is no formal homework, however, your tutor may discuss ideas with you individually to help extend your study and for ongoing independent projects. Your tutor will also recommend exhibitions, gigs or websites for you to visit to enrich your study.
The library stocks a range of reference and play texts and is added to and updated. You are encouraged to use it to enrich your own learning.
You will be continually assessed through your practical activities and will receive feedback in a variety of ways e.g. peer assessment, verbal and written feedback from your teacher.
Qualification you will achieve
There is no formal qualification attached to this course but you can receive a Certificate of Completion from the college on request.
There is no exam or formal assessment for this course. However, you will work with your tutor to identify your aims at the beginning of the session and will receive one to one feedback throughout as well as sharing outcomes at the end of the course.
Informal assessment: peer and self assessment, observation and practitioner commentaries, presentations and demonstrations, tutor feedback, feedback sessions . Your Individual learning Plan will ask you to comment on how far you feel you have progressed.
Next Steps and Progression
Once you have completed the course, you may choose to enrol on a further term in this subject or another subject in the creative arts. Advice and Guidance for all further study is available from the Curriculum Manager by request.
For more information, please contact the Learner Services Team via Live Chat, phone on 020 7255 4700 or email email@example.com.
Additional Learning Support
This course is not eligible for Additional Learning Support (ALS), however teachers are supported to ensure their materials are inclusive to meet all learners needs.??Reasonable adjustments including assistive equipment and also access support can be made available through our Disability Officer.? Digital learning support is available in the Learning Centre at our Camden site. Careers and employability advice and guidance is also available to all learners.?
WM College is able to provide financial support for some course fees. You may be eligible based on prior qualifications, if you are on a low income or benefits. For more information and to find out if you are eligible, view our Fees & Finance page on our website or contact the Learner Services team via Live Chat or on 020 7255 4700.