Digital Photography Workshop: Suspended Movement
Explore the use your camera controls to freeze frame fast movement in motion. This short course focuses on basic skills and techniques. Learn how to use your camera and take creative control. This is a hands-on practical course with enrichment visits to develop your camera skills further.
Freezing fast action is common in sports photography and entertainment genres. Learn how to capture movement in your photos by controlling the camera's shutter speed. Experiment with fast shutter speeds and shooting parameters. Learn how to use your camera controls to consider exposure, aperture, light factors and composition.
What to expect from the course
- Camera controls: You will learn the principles of exposure and use Aperture and Shutter Priority and Manual settings to create freeze frame images.
- You will also examine composition and colour balance.
- Explore photography styles and advance your knowledge through themed research and activities to consider both classic and current photography trends.
- Photographic post-production: Develop basic skills using software to learn about colour balance, brightness and contrast, and other techniques to improve your images.
Why study with BAES Arts?
You will develop an understanding of how to position your career goals within the creative sector whilst developing communication and IT skills used across the creative industries.
- Develop IT and communication skills.
- Learn how to kick-start your career in this industry.
- Our short courses can provide an introduction to key foundation skills needed to enable you to progress onto more in-depth courses.
Interest in the Creative Arts and Design/ Photography. No formal entry requirements, however, you will need some basic IT knowledge.
Further education courses in Art and Design and Photography
Initial course resources / Additional cost
You will need a DSLR/mirrorless camera. Some tools and computers and software available you your use at the Centre. You may wish to purchase some tools and materials to complete your work, this can be discussed with your tutor if required.