Photography degrees

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Studying about Photography

A photography degree will provide you with the technology and skills needed to capture a range of media in beautiful forms. You'll learn how to use a range of photographic techniques for different contexts and audiences and become an expert in analysing how the world of photography has changed throughout the years. Use notions of identity, place, colour theory and society to build on your skills and carry out both independent and collaborative projects. Graduates of photography degrees go on to work in film, television, media planning and design.