6-Month Programme

6-Month Programme

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR JANUARY 2018

PART-TIME STUDENT

FULL-TIME PASSION

The 6-Month Programme is a great way to gain a huge amount of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, whilst still being able to juggle having a part-time job or just being busy with the other part of your life. The programme focuses on technical photography skills, together with the all-important image management, post-production and image output. You will complete this programme as a competent photographer, able to show off a varied and comprehensive portfolio, and ready to face the challenges which the entry into the photography world poses.

Throughout the duration of this course you will be eligible to sit in on other part-time courses hosted by the Orms Cape Town School of Photography, be encouraged to attend all our lunchtime lectures, special events and will be expected to participate in the relevant exhibitions.

You will be required to submit work for exhibition purposes mid-course, as well as at the end of the course, in conjunction with the end-of-term show. You will receive a 15% discount on Photobooks, printing and framing of your coursework at Orms.

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Course Outcomes

  • Proficiency in technical camera work
  • Develop your own website
  • Proficiency in image management, post-production and image output
  • Photography portfolio book
  • Custom designed website and online portfolio
  • Exhibition experience
  • Business Development
  • Skilled in studio lighting

This course is designed with an emphasis on technical skill.

Course Agenda: 3 sessions of 3 hours each per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 09:30 – 12:30

TERM 1

Foundation in digital photography | Advanced camera work | Business development | Post production in both Lightroom and Photoshop | Development of your own website

TERM 2

Introduction to studio photography | portraiture | food photography | product photography | fashion photography | DSLR videography | DSLR video editing | exploration of established photographic genres: architecture, interiors, sports, and events | portfolio development

Course dates:

22 January – 15 June 2018

3 sessions of 3 hours each per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 09:30 – 12:30

Applications close:

Phase 1: 29 September 2017
Phase 2: 27 October 2017

STEP 1: Apply
STEP 2: Choose to pay either the R 250 application fee, the full payment of R40 000 (less R 4000 if settled before 31 December 2017)
STEP 3: Download & Fill in Payment Agreement form & send to info@ctsp.co.za within 5 business days of application

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • – Certified copy of the applicant’s ID document
  • – Certified copy of study permit (if applicant is non-South African)
  • – Read & Accept the course terms & conditions
  • – Payment of the R250 application fee, cash payment of R40 000. 00 (less R 4000 if settled before 31 December 2017)
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STEP 1 | APPLY

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SELECT YOUR PAYMENT METHOD

Method 1.

Full payment of R40 000 – Less 10% if settled before 31 December 2017, less 5% if settled before the commencement of the course.

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6-Month Course | Pay Application Fee

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STEP 3 | COMPLETE & SUBMIT PAYMENT AGREEMENT

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APPLICATION PROCESS

Only applications with all requested documentation will be considered. The applicant will be notified should he/she be accepted into the course. On acceptance, the applicant will need to register to secure his/her place by following the correct registration procedures and handing in the relevant registration forms due by the registration closing date. Cape Town School of Photography reserves the right to close applications and registrations once all places have been filled.

Cash payment of R 40 000

  • Get R 4000 off if settled before 31 December 2017
  • Get R 2000 off if settled before the commencement of course.
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  1. DSLR camera with 1 or more lenses. The standard zoom(s) are OK to begin with, but you’ll probably want to upgrade them at some point. More advice on this will depend on what type of photography you want to go into in the long run. UV filters to protect your lenses.
  2. Spare battery for your camera, original or generic.
  3. Laptop or standalone PC or Mac. We have a fully equipped Mac Lab with 24″ and 27″ Macs that you will be taught on. You can also make use of them during your free time providing the school is open, and there is no other class in there. Photoshop and Lightroom are installed at the school, but you would need to get your own licenses for us on your personal machine. The latest version is Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC – they come bundled as a subscription @ U$ 9,99 per month. Word or a compatible program are also recommended. An external hard drive for backing up your photos is HIGHLY recommended.
  4. A tripod is essential and it’s a good idea to get one that is in line with the size and weight of your camera & lenses. A cable remote (can be a generic brand, but must suit your camera) is a very very good idea.
  5. Two or more memory cards 16GB or larger.
  6. An external flash (“Speedlight”) that works with your specific camera.
  7. A decent camera bag big enough to allow your gear to grow a bit.
  8. There are lots of small nice-to-have goodies that can be sorted out later, and are often good to chat about in person.
  9. Basic stationary i.e. note[ad/book, pens, highlighter etc.

Innovative approach to learning and an incredibly beautiful space!

Anakin Warren

Fantastic! Learnt so much, was inspired, have returned for second course!

Sophia Mortakis

Loved this course!

Jason
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