Digital Photography – Photography Course
Take the next steps in your photography journey by exploring different genres and finding your photographic style with this course from The Open University
Are you eligible for this microcredential?
To study this microcredential, you should be able to operate a camera in semi-automatic or manual mode and will have a solid, theoretical, and practical understanding of the basics such as ISO, shutter speed, exposure and depth of field. You should have access to a camera where you are able to take pictures in a manual settings mode. You can use a smartphone, providing you have an app that allows you to take manual control of the camera’s settings.
It is expected that you will have an intermediate level of understanding of a digital photography workflow and intermediate photo editing skills.
Is this microcredential right for you?
This microcredential is designed for competent photographers who have had some prior learning on the basic technical skills needed to take photographs, either from a formal qualification or from practical experience.
This microcredential is not suitable for complete beginners who need to develop basic technical skills and understanding of photographic theory. Beginners should consider completing an introductory course, such as Digital photography: creating and sharing better images.