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NCFE level 3 Digital Photography

Discussion in 'Introductions...' started by Dibbs, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Dibbs

    Dibbs New Member

    Hi,

    New to the site but was wondering if anyone could help. I am currently on my portfolio for the level 3 NCFE and was wondering if anyone else had done it.

    I'm just a bit confused, as i thought a portfolio is a collection of work, but it doesnt sound as if this is the case.

    Any ideas suggestions please.
     
  2. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    what is required?..you tell us more detail and we'll try to help:D
     
  3. Dibbs

    Dibbs New Member

    It asks to send 6 to 12 photos,500 word essay showing ability to conceive,shoot,edit and present.

    When i asked if that was a selection of B&W, Abstract ect i was told no :confused:

    So my understand is to pick a theme and present the correct amount of photos on that theme...

    Editing? do you think it just wants basic editing (take out birds etc). Am I just over analysing this?

    Thanks for any help.
     
  4. Fen

    Fen Well-Known Member

    I have no idea what a level 3 NCFE is so can't help.

    I think it's an impossible question for us to answer. You would really need to ask the person involved what it is you are required to send.

    If it's a course you're on then you should be able to sit and have a chat with your tutor about what you need to put in your portfolio.

    My own portfolio (for college) was made of photographs from various themes; event, still life, street, landscape and nature.
     
  5. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    look at this.... http://www.learning-at-home.co.uk/digital-photography-diploma-level-p-2370.html
     

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