A LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY AT KING GEORGE V
Those who have lens based skills have the opportunity to apply them over a range of art and design industries. They are creative individuals who develop their skills within commercial studio photography, film, TV, animation, cinematography, fashion, architectural and scientific photography – just to mention a few. Past KGV Students have gone on to work in the industry via university, apprenticeships, or working freelance. Recent positions have included Fashion Photographer, Camera Key Grip, Website Design Director, Freelance animation and commercial freelance photography.
WHAT WILL I STUDY?
A personal pathway within lens based studies covering disciplines such as documentary photography, portrait photography, and editorial photography. You will discover fashion photography, fine art photography, animation, architectural, city and seascape photography. We will also introduce you to the concept of interdisciplinary approaches, working with other art students and creative media opportunities.
Researching the work of other practitioners, understanding the creative industries and exploring your own portfolio pathway make for an exciting course. All A-Level courses include a history of art and photography element running through the heart of the course.
BUILD YOUR FUTURE
The Visual Arts are a major part of British Industry. This subject will give you a head start into developing creative problem solving skills that are useful in all kinds of work areas. Also, Photography A level is a good basis for other visual arts such as Media, Film and crossing over into Art and Design disciplines like Graphic Design and Animation.
Past students have gone on to work in Creative Media and Television, Fashion Photography and the Graphic design Industry as well as working as successful full time commercial Photographers
Our students have gone on to study Photography at Glasgow School of Art, Leeds school of Art, University of Leeds, John Moores University, University of Farnham, University of Nottingham and many more.
SUBJECTS THAT COMPLEMENT PHOTOGRAPHY INCLUDE: