You've got the gear - but have you got the expertise? You will when you leave East Durham College after taking a photography course with us!
Photography is a fine art - there's so much more to it than just pointing your camera at something and clicking a button. With East Durham College, we can help you to discover how to take truly incredible photos; we'll explain everything from what all of those buttons do on your DSLR, to how lighting and different lenses can drastically change how your final shot appears.
Whether you're entirely new to photography or got some experience under your belt, East Durham College's photography courses will help you to grow as a photographer. If you want to just take great photos as a hobby, or want to expand your skills and potentially follow a career in photography, it's time to get started with EDC.
A careful balance of workshops, seminars, lectures, study visits, group and individual tutorials provides a structured framework for the development of your photographic skills, knowledge and creativity.
Part-Time Photography Courses
Concerned you won't have enough time to take a photography course at East Durham College? Don't be - our photography courses are part-time study programmes, usually on an evening. This means you can easily fit them around your work and home life.
So what are you waiting for? Get snappy and sign up to a photography course today!
Progression & Career Options
Photographers are required in a wide range of professional fields, from journalism and art and design to animation and forensics. Students who successfully complete the course may progress to degree level study in lens-based media or design at university.
Our Sixth Form (ED6) also offers Photography as A-Level. For more details, please look at the A-level section of the website.
For general full time or part time course enquires, please call Student Services on 0191 518 8222.
Available full time and/or part time course(s) for 2020/21 listed below:
The full time and/or part time courses listed below are for the academic year 2020/21. All full time courses start September 2020. For any part time courses, please check in the individual course page for their start date during 2020/21.