Masterclass: Studio image capture - Digital and analogue methods

24 February 2020 14:00 -

Brampton Road campus, Carlisle CA3 9BJ

Studio image capture - Digital and analogue methods
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The masterclass provides a chance to experience two contrary methods of photographic image making. Using studio lighting designs we explore the use of traditional large format cameras alongside high end digital cameras.

The workshops use an instant form of paper printing using darkroom developing as a means producing unique paper prints, whilst a contrary live computer tethering in an adjacent studio allows the photographers to see on screen results of their technique.

Contrasting contemporary and traditional methods of the review and testing process are at the heart of this masterclass. Good photographic practice requires precision and refined technique. These two controlled investigations provide an opportunity to use a variety of equipment, practice opposing techniques and to analyse the strengths of both practices, historic and current.

 

Students who complete a masterclass will be awarded a reduced offer of up to 24 UCAS points*.

*Click below to see full terms and conditions and associated courses.

 Terms and conditions

Why attend a masterclass?

Our masterclasses are designed to give future students like you a flavour of what it is really like to study at university and hand you all that's needed to successfully step into a degree to kick-start your career. Delivered by a leading member of academic staff, these sessions are suitable for students studying A-levels and other level 3 qualifications.

At our masterclasses, you’ll:

  • Take part in real research
  • Gain an excellent example to give your personal statement the edge
  • Enrich your current studies and explore beyond the boundaries of your current knowledge
  • Sample a subject that ignites your interest and make sure it’s the correct course for you
  • Get a unique chance to push your passion further
  • Earn extra UCAS points for your application with UoC

Spaces are limited, so if you’re considering a future in Photography, book now.

How to get here

Driving

The postcode for satnavs is CA3 9BJ.

Leave the M6 at junction 44 and join the A689 signposted Hexham. At the next roundabout take the last exit (B264) and follow the road into town (Brampton Road). Continue for two miles until housing gives way to railed parkland. The main entrance is on the right. 

Parking

Free parking is available on campus. Our friendly staff will be on hand to direct you to our car parks.

Rail

Carlisle is on the main west coast rail line from London to Glasgow and also has a direct, cross-country connection to Newcastle. Carlisle railway station is about a 25 minute walk from campus. Taxis are readily available outside the railway station.

Walking directions from the train station

Head left towards English St, crossing the road north into Scotch St (town centre). Walk ten minutes down Scotch St towards Civic Centre building. Take steps down towards Hardwicke Circus underpass. Continue north, past the fountain feature. At the top of the stairs, turn right and right again, travelling towards Eden Bridge.  Pass the Chinese Gardens, walking straight onto Brampton Road.

Walk ten minutes until you reach a set of traffic lights. The campus is on your left.

Bus

Bus 76 from the Market Hall in the town centre is the most frequent bus service and stops on Stanwix Bank/Scotland Road about 400m from campus. The Stagecoach 179 stops on Brampton Road.