Photography Level 3 Extended Diploma Yr2

Fashion Portrait

Our photography course is essentially designed to provide students with a thorough grounding in a range of traditional and contemporary photographic skills and techniques. During this year our photographers have paid special focus to developing their personal style and applying theoretical knowledge. They have responded to a range of creatively challenging project briefs, to help build strong photographic portfolios for Higher Education and Employment.

James Ford

James has worked on a range of projects this year including specialist techniques in light-painting, fashion and advertising photography. His recent work is designed to raise awareness on mental health through photography in public spaces. Over the course of the year James has been refining his technical and visual narrative skills, working mainly in the […]

Macy Beddow

Macy has worked on a range of projects this year including specialist techniques, street and fashion photography. Over the last two years the strong signature and body of work continues to focus on narratives exploring 1980’s fashion in urban social-settings. Macy has also produced a a self-made book through street photography, investigating well-being in society […]

Elena Kendall

Elena has worked on a range of projects this year including specialist black & white 35mm photography and darkroom processing techniques. Her main interests have developed over the two years in architectural and street photography. Elena plans to develop her work further into a book and photo-sculpture during the summer from home. Progressing onto: Open […]

Kudak Chiketa

Kudak has worked on a range of projects this year including social documentary, specialist techniques, and fashion photography. Over the last two years the strong signature and body of work continues to focus on narratives exploring ‘style’ in relation to ‘status’. Digital Portfolio: https://kudachiketa.wordpress.com/portfolio/

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