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HND PHOTOGRAPHY: SCQF 8 - YR1

Photography Students processing and developing
Qualification Qualifications Explained
HND
Study Mode
Full Time
Duration

2 Years - 2.5 Days per week

Start date
Aug 2023
Campus
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Course overview

What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce

Karl Lagerfield

 

Photography is as much about the art of storytelling as it is about the creation of images and on this course, your creativity will grow to truly inspire your work.

You will be guided through that process by our team of award-winning Photography lecturers, with impressive career backgrounds and a passion for the craft of Photography.

You will develop your photographic skills to a professional level on this practice-based programme while building a portfolio that will help you launch a photographic career. You will get experience of exhibiting your work and you will take part in industry projects.

You will learn in our bespoke studio spaces and in a professional darkroom.

Check out our Instagram to follow the work of our students, lecturers and exhibitions

Glasgow Kelvin Photography (@gkcphotography) • Instagram photos and videos

What you will learn

A range of units are delivered throughout the course which include:

  • Advanced Image Editing
  • Advertising
  • Alternative Processing
  • Architecture
  • Corporate
  • Creative Industries
  • Documentary
  • Exhibition
  • Fashion
  • Image Editing
  • Moving Image
  • Portraiture
  • Studio Still Life
  • Stock and Photojournalism

The inclusion of the Graded Unit offers students the opportunity to explore their own photographic interests and style.

Hear about our Photography courses from students.

Entry requirements

  • Higher Photography, minimum B grade, plus 2 Nat 5s,including English

OR

  • a relevant group of 15 National Certificate Photographic units

If you do not meet the above criteria, you may be considered with no formal qualifications, if your portfolio is of a sufficient standard.

You should have a keen interest in Photography and the Creative Industries and bring a portfolio of photographic images to an interview (for example, portraits, landscapes and other relevant subject matter)

Career Opportunities

A career in photography can open up opportunities in many industry sectors such as, Commercial Photography, Social Photography, Press & Media, Scientific and Medical Photography.

Your role could be as a self-employed freelance photographer or supporting other professionals as a photographic assistant, photographic lab assistant or training others in the art of photography.

Future prospects

HND Photography offers you progression routes on to degree programmes at a range or organsiations, such as The Glasgow School of Art and Edinburgh Napier University.