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Thumb Photography for the non-specialist Course
Great Oaks Education

Central London - 8th June 2015. This course is for anyone who is teaching photography but has little or no background knowledge in this specialist area. You will start by learning about the DSLR camera, its settings and how you can use manual modes to get more purposeful and controlled results. You will learn about and examine the pros and cons of ISO and image resolution. You will then learn about shutter... (read more)

£275.00 (no VAT on this item)
(Duration: 1 day)


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During this very practical day you will also look at specific class tasks and be given excellent resources to enable you to pass this knowledge onto pupils and in effect ‘teach them photography’. You will also explore the work of contemporary photographers which will aid you in the teaching of photography back in your classroom.


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