Studentphotostore has been
supporting and supplying to students across the UK for over 13
have an impressive range of products to supplement your
course, with plenty of promotions to keep you on budget
throughout the term
We have sourced the best Photography Equipment ranging from
35mm Cameras to Medium and Large Format. A host of other
products such as accessories and consumables are also
available to order.
our products meet the educational curriculum standards for
Key-stage, GCSE, A Level and above.
Ordering from us is easy, our secure online checkout can
accept all Major Debit/Credit Cards, and PayPal.
students are able to obtain grants in order to pay for their
School/College equipment. If this is the case, we are happy to
reserve items for you for upto 30 days.
All our items are sold with a 7 days approval warranty.
Pre-owned products are sold with a six months warranty against
fault (even in a class-room environment!). However, warranties
are void if the Camera or Lens were subjected to: Impact,
Force or Water Damage -see our returns page for more
products are generally sold with a one year warranty.
Photography for me?
below is a typical example on what a photography course would
entail (A Level Photography). All Colleges are slightly
different, therefore we would recommend to contact the College
for further information
as the entry point to photography courses, this course helps
you apply art and design principles to photography, use your
imagination and learn how to use the technical capabilities of
the camera to compose well-structured and satisfying images.
Relative newcomers find that they quickly gain confidence and
start to use photography creatively. More experienced
photographers are offered a structure which helps them to
re-examine their approach to photography and to develop their
expressive and technical skills. The ideal camera for the
course is a 35mm single-lens reflex with either a fixed lens
covering wide-angle and telephoto or interchangeable lenses,
and which allows you to adjust aperture and focus manually. If
you do not have one, it doesnít mean that you canít do the
course, but you may find a few of the projects beyond the
capabilities of some automatic cameras.
One of the key purposes of this course is to stretch your
photographic skills in terms of the subject material you
choose. Specifically, to broaden the range of your work by
tackling subjects that include people. It is suitable for
anyone wishing to develop their photographic practice and gain
an understanding of particular challenges of portraying human
subjects and their environment.
second key purpose of this course is to start you thinking in
terms of photographic assignments; Photographs to order, in
other words. There is a considerable difference between
photographing at leisure and photographing to deliver a
particular result that you have promised in advance.
assignment ethos in photography involves planning and
preparation, thinking in advance about what and how to shoot,
with constant reviews of the progress as the shoot continues.
The deadline itself establishes a cut-off point, and just by
existing neatly circumvents a common creative issue ó when
to stop and say that the work is finished.
course looks at the specialised area of photographing
landscapes and deals with the technical control of large
subjects. It explains the best way to approach the creation of
successful landscape pictures, shows you how to work with
variable natural light, how to look at landscapes, and how to
pre-visualise your photographs. It also looks at the
development of themes and style in landscape photography.
This course encourages you to develop a personal visual
language as a photographer and help you improve the quality of
your practical work. You plan and negotiate the content of
your programme with your tutor. It must include a major
project on a theme which you choose yourself.
(Courtesy of OCA)