Computer Skills/Photo & Video Editing

Photo & Video Editing

Do you love photography and would like to give your photos a professional touch? Or would you like to learn how to turn your video recordings into a cohesive whole? In our offer of the subtheme Photo & Video Digital Editing, you'll find all the courses you need to become a successful digital photographer.

You will learn in a practical manner to digitally edit your self-made photos and videos with Photoshop or After Effects. Thanks to the good advice of a seasoned photographer and the challenging exercises, you'll notice rapid progress. You'll discover all the techniques you need to turn your images into beautiful works of art.

lessons from experts

everything about photo editing

practical and up-to-date

no previous knowledge required

tailor-made courses

for hobby photographers or pro

full of tips & tricks

image editing from a to z

choice of several tools

for every photographer

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Photo & Video Editing


InDesign, cpProfessionWithFuture

Start your career as an Editor and conquer the market.


Photo & Video Editing


Photoshop, cpProfessionWithFuture

In this tutorial you'll discover the exciting world of Photo_shop tools and functions.



Once you have completed your course, you can start working as a photographer, either within a company or independently as a freelancer.

Because of the better cameras on smartphones, everyone thinks they are a photographer nowadays, but to become a professional photographer you need a bit more than that. An evening or distance learning course will ensure you can do everything a professional photographer needs to make it. - employerSpeaks

Photo & Video Editing


One of the big trends in photography right now is the focus on authenticity. No matter what kind of photography you do, it is important to portray life as it is. Examples include depicting social activism, authentic photos of weddings, raw images and atypical beauty.

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Drones are getting better and cheaper. They have been available to the general public for a while now. As a professional photographer, it's definitely worth looking into drones so that you can take stunning aerial images.

As a photographer nowadays it is extremely important to edit and refine your photos afterwards. However, I'm not very good with computers. That's why I took a course in Photoshop to get an in-depth explanation of the program. That helped enormously and my photos are much better now. - exStudentSpeaking

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You certainly don't have to be a top photographer yet to take this course. Everyone is welcome, even if you have never held a digital camera in your hands. Experienced photographers are of course also welcome to expand their digital skills.


  • The first so-called photograph was taken in 1826 and took about 8 hours to take.
  • The first digital camera was invented in 1975 by Steven Sasson. The camera weighed 3.6 kilograms and took pictures of 0.01 megapixels. The first digital camera was invented in 1975 by Steven Sasson.
  • In old photographs people hardly ever smiled. This is because the pictures sometimes took several hours to be taken and people had to sit still for a long time.
  • For most people, their left side is their good side. Apparently, the left side shows more emotion than the right.