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Digital Photography - Beginners

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Course NameStart DateEnd DateCampusTotal Fees 
Digital Photography - Beginners11/09/201927/11/2019Fareham College£330.00Available for applications

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Information about this Course


Study Type
Part Time

Course Area
Art, Design & Fashion

Course Information
If you are interested in maximizing the benefits that Digital technology can provide, then 'Digital Photography' can help you. A hands-on digital camera course for all photography enthusiasts, allowing students to learn about their cameras and how they can improve the standard of their photography. By the end of their course, students will have learnt the following: Learn how the camera works; the use of all its modes, features and functions, Learn how to take better photos