This nationally recognised qualification will set you up for a career as a professional photographer! You'll learn how to use a range of equipment to take professional level photographs for events, corporate work, product promotions, portraits and so much more, and how to edit them using industry standard software and programs.
You'll gain the skills and knowledge required to capture, process, and enhance photo images in response to a project brief.
The course includes photo imaging industry knowledge, applying lighting techniques, undertaking project work, storing and maintaining finished creative work, customer service and communication skills, and work health and safety.
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Are you ready to acquire the skills and practical expertise to thrive as a job-ready photographer?
Prepare yourself for success with the Certificate IV in Photography and Digital Imaging . North Metropolitan TAFE is a multi award winning tertiary college with units that are innovative, dynamic and showcase what photography is today.
Our courses offer exciting student experiences, practical applications, and we partner an Industry community that will guide our graduates to reach career goals and creative potential. Visual content is connected to everyday life and here at North Metro TAFE we believe you can be that content creator.
Let us help you become the successful photographic, media communicator for tomorrow’s world.
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