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10 years ago only a few photography students had their own digital camera, London Academy of Media Film TV, happily supplied budding students with cameras to take home for experimenting and for producing part of their course work. How times have changed and how cheap are the cameras of today that produce stunning pictures. I sometimes wonder is there any point in teaching students the art of photography, only kidding of course.
Now is a fantastic time to reap the benefits of what is around us and put that energy into earning money from Photography. Getting ahead of your competition can easily be achieved by taking a photographic workshop, focusing on a particular subject that matters most to you. At London Academy you will find most subjects are covered, if not let us know.
Current courses are now open to beginners and intermediate and include: Fashion, Portrait, Black + White, Wedding, Still life, Studio Lighting, Retouching, Photojournalism and Pure Digital Photography. Workshops are flexible, during the evening, weekend or week day. Any thoughts of where photography will be in the year 2020, do drop us an email and see if great minds think a like.
Andy Parkin is director of courses at London Academy of Media Film TV, established in 1996, now has one of the highest number of student reviews among all colleges and educational organisations within the UK.
www.media-courses.com - Tel: 0870 62 65 100
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