Photography On An Ipad
Tablet devices like the iPad enable us to make, edit and share photographs more easily and this course will lead you through the process step by step. We'll start by learning about the iPad as a camera, go on to setting image exposure under different lighting set ups and explore how to see and compose photographs. Then working on a creative project you will make a series of images which at the end of the day you will have edited and presented from the iPad as a slideshow.
If you would like enrol at the concession rate, please request and complete your enrolment by contacting: MWEnquiries@marywardcentre.ac.uk or calling 020 7269 6000 Mon- Thu
Who is this course for
Photography on an iPad is a short practical course for anyone looking to learn about the iPad as a 'one stop shop' to make, edit and share photographs. Even if you are already using a tablet for photography you will find this course useful to think creatively about composition using light and colour, shape and texture and to understand how to create a photographic project on the iPad.
What does this course cover
You will learn about the iPad camera and the apps you need for making photographs. You will be guided on how to set focus, control exposure, colour and refine composition. Once confident you will then work on a creative project where you will photograph and edit the images into a slideshow to present at the end of the class.
By the end of the course you should be able to:
1. Understand how to confidently photograph using the iPad camera app
2. Understand correct image exposure and how to get this right with different lighting
3. Understand how to crop and edit to a finalised image in the Photos app
4. Create a photography project from an edited selection of images and display it on the iPad
The course will take you step by step through the operation of the iPad both as a camera and for image editing. There will be visual demonstration and verbal explanation and a brief handout you can keep after the course. Practical tuition for the group will be assisted with one on one help where needed. At the end of the day there will be a chance for a group review and discussion of the photographs.
What will it be like
Teaching methods: Visual demonstration and verbal explanation. Written handouts with visual diagrams. One-to-one teaching. Group discussions
Learning methods: Hands-on practical activities, Reading handouts and following instructions.
One-to-one and group discussion.
How students are assessed: Questions and answers during group discussions and one-to-one teaching.
Record of students' progress and achievement on an assessment sheet as they achieve the course objectives. Practical work produced is evidence of learning.
What else do you need to buy or do
Please bring you Ipad or tablet with you for this course. We have 3 tablets available to borrow - please email in advance to book one. Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring a USB stick to the course so that you can download and keep the images you make.
What this course could lead to
The confidence to develop your creativity by signing up to other photography classes at the Mary Ward Centre.
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Why choose Mary Ward?
Mary Ward Centre is the adult education centre with a difference. We provide a wide range of subjects for people at all levels and run courses during the day, evening and weekends to suit your timetable. You can learn face to face at one of our centres (Bloomsbury or Waterloo) or take an online course
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