Certificate of Completion
The Learning Center at HCP offers a Certificate of Completion based on the workflow and creative process in photography. Following the coursework, students learn how to capture, edit, process and present their photographs while learning how to enhance their photographic skills, creative processes, and presentation.
The Certificate of Completion includes completing a set 19 courses, taking 2 electives (from our regular educational calendar), passing written test between levels, and submitting a final portfolio review. In addition, students have the option to specialize their certificate by taking 4 additional classes in the specialized fields such as Alternative Processes, Fine Art, Landscape, Portraiture, and Business Practices. Electives in the same field of specialization can be applied towards it.
Students already enrolled in the certificate path can continue their studies following their Camera or Computer path, or apply the classes towards the new Certificate of Completion.
Photography I: Learning the Basics
Composition I: From Good to Great
Lightroom I: Beginning your workflow
Printing your Photographs I: the Basics
Photography II : Beyond the Basics
Composition II: Finding your vision
Photoshop I: Getting started
Lighting in Photography
Natural Light Portraiture
History of Photography: 19th Century
History of Photography: 20th and 21st Centuries
Lightroom II: Sharing your photographs
Photoshop II: Working with Layers
Printing your photographs II: Getting the color right
Photography III: Experimenting with your camera
Presenting your work: Creating a body of work
Printing your photographs III: Print like a Pro
Presenting your work: Building your Portfolio
Independent Study [Mentorship and Portfolio Review preparation]
To enroll in the CC program, simply request to take the first written test (Intermediate Test) for the topic of your choice. Courses and workshops previously taken at HCP will count towards your CC; however, you will still need to pass the written tests for each level.
+ Request Test
Students may enroll in classes before taking the test; however, they should take the test before the class begins.
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