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    The Ultimate Online Photographic Course Crafted by International Photographers

    19 Interactive Modules

     12 Photo Assignments

    Full Tutor Support

    Lifetime Membership

    Certificate and Critique of your Favourite Shots on Completion

    Full Access to all our Forums

    Whether you are new to photography, a veritable expert or just a lover of good photos, this course has been designed for photographers of all abilities.

    19 interactive modules and 12 photo assignments to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, on holiday, or anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

    You will be guided through the maze of photographic jargon and introduced to a whole new world of photographic techniques, tips and advice on how to take superb photographs. 

    Each individual module helps you to understand how to improve your technique and enjoy your photography, either as a hobby or a career. Every theory module has a questionnaire to help you judge your learning and progress. The 12 Photo assignments have a full brief with suggestions on how to take some stunning photos, you can post your results for both Tutors and students to critique and help improve your photography skills.

    Your results are instant and when you complete each module you move swiftly onto the next. There is no limit to the time you can take to complete all 19 modules and 12 photo assignments and you will have access to your own online tutor to help guide you through. 

    On successful completion of your course our experts will award a certificate of excellence. There are three pass levels, a pass, a pass with credit and the top certificate, a pass with distinction. The certificate carries the prestigious accreditation from the International Accreditation Organisation. You will also receive a written critique from the tutors on your final 3 photographs you submit in module 19.

    You will be able to access the course at any time and have lifetime membership, so you can always refresh your knowledge. We continue to develop the course adding new features and content all the time, so its always keeping up with technology and growing in value.

    So unlike any book you may purchase, your course will always be up to date with the very latest Photography techniques. Plus you have immediate access to your course tutors to ask any questions or seek advice.

    Before you begin your course please read the course guide and course advice pages in the menu bar to help get you started.

    We hope you enjoy the course and that your creative and technical skills are significantly enhanced.

     


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Our Student Photo Of The Month

This months top shot has been taken by David Yates



Kevin and I have this month chosen this fantasic night shot by David Yates

I shot this at ISO 100, f/7.1, 33mm focal length and with 14 seconds exposure on bulb and obviously a tripod. I used my new Canon 7D camera with an 18-75mm lens on auto focus, which focused on the gates, and on fully manual mode, I also used a trigger release so there was no shaking. 

I have to thank my lovely encouraging wife for the site for this picture as she loved the shadows of the trees on the ground when we parked up one evening so we could eat our dinner on the move. It is on the outskirts of Bath in Somerset and is actually the entrance to a waste recycling centre. When there is no fog u would usually see corrugated buildings in the background, so it was a lovely surprise to get a foggy evening and that I had my camera bags and tripod with me that evening.

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Tip of the Month

Compose

When taking your shots make every effort to keep it balanced and beautiful. Viewers respond better to a picture that has all elements in balance.

Try to lead the eye along an interesting path through the photo, with the use of strong lines or patterns

Some things to remember.
Keep the horizon level.
Crop out extra elements that don’t help your shot.
Think about where you place the main subject of the shot.
Use perspective so that all lines show a pattern or lead the eye to your main subject.

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