The Photography degree course offers students the opportunity to understand and explore in depth the practices, technologies and debates associated with the photographic image. On the course you will have access to a range equipment from; multi format wet darkrooms inc. automated and manual processing of papers and film. Fully equiped large photographic studios, capable of being divided into sections, or expanded into single spaces depending upon requirements, catering for both analogue and digital (Tethered) shoots. Full selection of flash lighting and accessories for use both in studio, and on location. 35mm, Medium Format and Large format Film Cameras. Cropped, Full Frame (35mm) and Medium Format Digital camera systems. Apple Mac Laptops available for tethered shooting, proofing and retouching, equiped with the latest versions of creative suite. A Fusion Lab supporting both analogue media and digital image making, equiped with both flatbed and hi-end multi format film scanners. For more details please refer to our website. Graduates progress to a range of careers or other destinations including independent photographers, research, journalism, marketing and advertising, teaching, arts administration, picture editing, picture library work, local government, the voluntary sector and a wide variety of postgraduate courses, including teacher training.