Photography gives all students the experience, appreciation and skill set used in photography today. Students will look at the techniques and processes of the past and present; the influence of photographers from the past to current practitioners; and put their own theories and development into practice.
Students will follow the AQA GCSE in Art and Design (Photography)
Photography is defined as the practice of producing images using light-sensitive materials such as photographic film, or digital methods of development and production to create static or moving images.
What will I study?
In Component 1 and Component 2 students are required to work in one or more area(s) of photography, such as those listed below:
They may explore overlapping areas and combinations of areas.
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