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ePHOTOzine Photography Course Q&A - Got questions about our new Photography Course? Take a look at this article.

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As ePHOTOzine is launching its brand new photography course today, we though you might have some questions about it so we've put a quick Q&A together all about the course and what it involves.

How do I take part in the course?
Once you're enrolled, the course takes place completely online. You'll be given all your assignments and information over the web, and be able to email your dedicated tutor at any time day or night. An online course means that you're free to complete the course at your own pace, without having to travel out of your way for lectures.

How much will it cost?
There are several payment options available for the course. You can pay weekly, monthly or in full. Course fees would usually be £649, but you'll save £50 by paying in full, making the total cost only £599. More information can be found on the Pricing & Enrolment page

Plus, by signing up, photographers can receive a massive discount on Adobe products which represents a saving of up to 80%!

Photography CourseHow long does the course last?
The course is designed to last 24 weeks, however, you can take up to a year to fully complete the course, enabling you to work at your own pace, around any other commitments you may have. This is the beauty of an online course, you can work on your assignments at any time during the day to suit your lifestyle.

What resources will I have access to?
Once you've enrolled, you'll gain access to your first module. This contains detailed reading material to help you learn about an area of photography and complete your assignment for the module. Once you complete and pass the first module, you'll gain access to the second module, and so on. There are 12 modules in total to enhance your photographic knowledge and skill to the full. On top of this, you'll also have unlimited contact with your tutor, who will be more than willing to help you out should you need it.

How does the course work?
Your course will be delivered in modules, which are available via the secure student site. Each module will contain tutorial material which you can read and take in at your own pace. There will then be an assignment to complete for each module, which is submitted to your tutor and marked. Once you've passed you can then move on to the next level of your course and take your photography knowledge and skill even further with each progression.

What qualification will I gain at the end of the course?
The ePHOTOzine Photography Course credits you with a diploma in photography, which is an invaluable qualification to have on your CV.

Do I have to have a background in photography?
In short, no, the course begins at a level which is accessible to all. All you need is a passion for photography and a will to better yourself to succeed in this course.

What equipment will I need to complete the course?
All you'll need is your own camera, and a computer with access to the internet to be able to take part.

For more information, and to sign up, take a look at our ePHOTOzine Photography Course.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments below. More information is also available on the course website



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