Advertising, editorial and fashion photography are rapidly changing with the shift to digital technology.
BA (Hons) Photography is a Creative Skillset accredited and Association of Photographers recognised course, which maintains an intrinsic relevance to the changing world of commercial photography.
You will create images with passion and individuality while acquiring an understanding of markets, the needs of a client and the importance of communicating with an audience. Projects provide opportunities to work on location and in the studio, developing high levels of competence using industry standard cameras, lenses, lighting equipment and editing software in the digital darkrooms. Tutorials, group critiques and lectures provide an understanding of visual communication and explore the evolution of digital technologies, copyright law and client expectations.
The range of briefs include projects set by distinguished guests who specialise in diverse areas of commercial practice, such as NUA Visiting Professor and music photographer Andy Earl (Madonna, Prince, Johnny Cash), Tim Flach (Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Gold) and Lydia Goldblatt (Magenta Flash Forward Award). As you progress you will explore a range of career opportunities within the photographic industries and graduate with a portfolio of work which will stand out from the crowd.
Creative Skillset‘s course accreditation scheme, devised in consultation with industry and education providers, recognises courses within the UK that provide exceptional standards of training.
“NUA was extremely influential on my career. Being surrounded by like-minded people with similar interests in the arts was an inspiration.”
Consider your career progression as a NUA graduate and read about the experiences of graduates such as travel photographer Philip Lee Harvey.
“From cameras and computers to software and printers, everything we needed was there to facilitate a professional approach to our projects.”
Find out about how the course combines practical making and professional skills in Years 1, 2 and 3 and more about the programme of Visiting Lecturers.
“We encourage students to focus on the images which inspire them and to explore how to fit this to a commercial brief.”
Course Leader James Smith answers your frequently asked questions about the BA Photography course.
The best way to experience what NUA has to offer is to see for yourself at one of our open days for undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
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