You will learn:
about the properties of light and image formation; how to apply the camera controls and a range of photographic techniques and processes; how to investigate and analyse the major historical, scientific, social and cultural factors influencing photographers and their work; how to produce investigative research for photography and to plan, shoot, print and develop photographs; how to explore and experiment with a range of photographic media, manipulation techniques and processes; how produce creative and technically proficient photographs effective manage and store photographic images
how to critically evaluate your own work and the photographic work of others.
You will undertake a photographic research project in a creative and structured way and investigate a photographic theme, produce effective research material and evidence of the creative use of techniques.
There is no final exam for Higher Photography, but you must submit a practical assignment.
4 subjects at National 5 including Art and Design.
Part time (evening)
Highers, National 4s and National 5s