NCEA Level 3 Photography
Level 3
Number of Credits: 22

Entry Recommendations: NCEA Level 2 Photography or entry in consultation with the Head of Visual Art Faculty.

Course Outline: This course will involve two parts:

  1. Workbook studies and practical submissions covering artist research, drawing and photographic media studies and idea development.
  2. Portfolio – an externally assessed three-panel folio which is thematically linked and demonstrates a range of photographic media and development of ideas.

Skills developed in the course:

  • Understand and analyse contexts, meanings and technological influences related to the production and value of art-works in artists and their own work.
  • Apply understanding from research into materials, processes and techniques to extend and refine skills within photography.
  • Generate, analyse clarify and regenerate ideas and options within photography using a systematic approach.
  • Research and analyse approaches and theories related to photography practice and critically reflect, respond to, and evaluate art works.

Course Costs: : $150 for Art materials, digital printing, Adobe software package and workshops (if not completed at Level 2).

Assessment: Components of this course will be selected from the following standards to suit individual learning needs.

AS 91457
Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within photography practice
14 Credits
 
Portfolio
Assessment Period - Term 4, Week 3
AS 91447
Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to photography
4 Credits
 
Workbook
Assessment Period - Term 1, Week 8
AS 91452
Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established photography practice
4 Credits
 
Workbook
Assessment Period - Term 2, Week 7
Level 3 Photography