​PHOTOGRAPHY

CAREERS IN ​PHOTOGRAPHY:
  • Art Director
  • Freelance Entrepreneur
  • Games Artist
  • Graphic Artist
  • Production Designer
  • Storyboard Artist
SOFTWARE TOOLS
YOU WILL USE:
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe Photoshop

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Photography Certificate Program is unique in providing industry-specific education for future photographers, advertising, studio, commercial photographer and art directors.  We will focus on core photographic concepts as well as some more advanced techniques. The course will include hands-on demonstrations with the camera as well as basic digital image editing techniques.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Photography: Camera Exploration and Technique
  • Lighting Application: From Product and Portraits
  • The Editing Process: Getting Started with Photoshop
  • How to tell the story

Benefits Of Pursuing Photography As A Career

Jovian Blair is the 31-year-old owner of Above and Beyond Productions, along with his business partner O’Neil Foster. A micro company with only five subcontractors and four permanent team members, they offer a wide variety of services from graphic art and video editing, to photography and social media marketing. As a seasoned photographer, Blair started out as the owner of JB Photography back in 2008, before merging with Above and Beyond Productions a few years later in order to expand his portfolioREAD MORE

According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Creative Economy, the creative economy is a vital and growing contributor to growth and employment in many countries, particularly in advanced industrial nations. It spans sectors such as advertising, broadcasting, architecture, arts/culture, craft, design, fashion, music, publishing, and technology. In Britain, the creative industries contributed £84.1 billion to the economy in 2014, and grew almost twice as fast as the rest of publicly traded companies in the UK. It also revealed that the number of jobs in the creative industries grew by almost nine per cent between 2013 and 2014 – almost double the rest of the economy as a whole (4.6 per cent).

STUDENTS WORK:

Nahele Campbell
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