Photography Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma
Start Date | 04/09/2023
Time/Day | FULL TIME
Is this course for me?The Photography programme is taught by expert tutors with a wealth of industry experience at the College's Centre of Excellence in Creative Arts at the Schools for the Arts. 90% of our Level 3 students continue their studies at some of the country's top universities. You will have access to our dedicated studios and classrooms. The course will prepare you with a wide range of industry-related skills and knowledge and you will have the opportunity to complete live briefs with high-status employers and organisations. Through the programme, you will develop the skills and confidence needed to secure a place in Higher Education and succeed in the creative sector. You will showcase your work in external exhibitions and visit photographic industry events and galleries.
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Photographers, Audio-visual and Broadcasting Equipment Operators
Workers in this unit group operate and assist with still, cine and television cameras and operate other equipment to record, manipulate and project sound and vision for entertainment, cultural, commercial and industrial purposes.
Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels
What could you earn
- Operates sound mixing and dubbing equipment to obtain desired mix, level and balance of sound.
- Manages health and safety issues.
- Operates equipment to record, edit and play back films and television programmes.
- Checks operation and positioning of projectors, vision and sound recording equipment, and mixing and dubbing equipment.
- Controls transmission, broadcasting and satellite systems for television and radio programmes, identifies and solves related technical problems.
- Takes, records and manipulates digital images and digital video footage.
- Photographs subject or follows action by moving camera.
- Operates scanning equipment to transfer image to computer and manipulates image to achieve the desired effect.
- Inserts lenses and adjusts aperture and speed settings as necessary.
- Arranges subject, lighting, camera equipment and any microphones.
- Selects subject and conceives composition of picture or discusses composition with colleagues.
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