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Looking for an alternative to Photoshop for managing and editing your photos? Adobe Lightroom is an easy-to-use cross-platform photo management and editing software with many advantages over other software. Learn how to use it effectively to catalogue, process and showcase your images: an invaluable asset for photographers at all levels.
Want to take editing with Adobe Premiere Pro further and become more professional? Want to know how screen direction helps with your edit or how to use advanced editing tools? Then this class is for you.
We will examine the first presidents of newly-independent African states - how their personalities shaped their nations, the challenges inherited and policies pursued. Special focus on the leaders of Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. Tutor: Hywel Nelson.
Ante-natal course to learn self-help skills to cope with the weight of the growing baby, avoid backache and breathlessness, facilitate natural labour, develop trust in your ability to give birth and get back into shape quicker after the birth of your baby.
Learn how to stop using unnecessary levels of muscular and mental tension and how it is possible to return your body to its natural state of balance and poise. Some hands-on work from the tutor is involved.
Discover how to return your body to its natural state of balance and poise in this beginner's guide to the Alexander Technique. Learn how to relieve stress by becoming mindful of muscular and mental tension.
Aimed at professional actors and those in training, you will learn how to speak with confidence and authority in a broadcast standard American accent. Regional and ethnic American accents will be touched on if time permits.
This introductory course explores film from the 1930s to the present day, looking at Hollywood cinema, classical and post-classical film, European cinema, art cinema, popular cinema, key movements and concepts including genre, spectatorship and authorship.