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    Where and how much to do a GCSE and can I do it as an evning class?
    Are there any books avalible?

    #2
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    GCSE is a school grade. One of the subjects available is Photography and the idea of this thread was to be an area where school students and teachers could post images.

    David
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      #3
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      Ok ,so where and what is avalible in the way of further ed in photography for adults?

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        #4
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        Have a look at this link for the Open College of the Arts

        http://www.oca-uk.com/distance-learn...of-photography

        David
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          #5
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          Thanks for that
          John

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            #6
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            worth checking out your local college. most of them do photography, and you can do them as evening courses for about 75 over 6-8 weeks or so.
            no idea on the content and I don't know anyone that has been on one, but may be worth going along to have a chat with them.
            David




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              I am doing two courses at the moment. I find them a basic - but they give me ideas and smooth off some of the corners. I am thinking of a level 3 BTEC for next year. I have also found that with the new university fees my pension is just under the repayment levels so I can do a degree for nothing :)
              ef-r

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                Any courses are a good idea there quite cheap and they get you of to a good start,(they teach you the basics and you can take it from there)
                I've used photoshop for a while but never understood every thing about it,so i did a course at college levels (1-3)in photoshop and now have no problems finding my way around all the different menus and icons,as i said earlier they teach you the basics and then you can do more if you want to,there a good way to learn.

                Paul
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