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A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Photography is the art of creating images using a camera. Students might work with digital equipment or traditional film and learn about lighting, shutter settings, color, and principles of composition.

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University of St Andrews

The MLitt in History of Photography offers a range of innovative modules that cover from the origins of photography to contemporary practices and debates, including moder ... [+]

The MLitt in History of Photography offers a range of innovative modules that cover from the origins of photography to contemporary practices and debates, including modernist art photography, documentary approaches, photographic collections, and technological advances up to the digital era.

The MLitt in History of Photography offers a unique opportunity to study the history of photography as a specialised field of research.

Highlights This innovative degree is inspired by the important role played by St Andrews in the early history of the most influential visual medium of the modern era. Students are introduced to the theoretical and methodological challenges and debates that photography’s multiple functions and contexts have provoked since its invention. Classes make full use of the outstanding photographic collections of the University Library and associated archives, such as that held by the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh. Small class sizes prioritise discussion with peers and interaction with the tutor. Teaching format ... [-]
United Kingdom Saint Andrews
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
1 - 2 years
Campus