J S Photography

J S Photography

J S Photography locationBlidworth, Nottinghamshire, Mansfield

We are a very friendly husband and wife team and take great pride in all our work with many years of experience
in wedding photography. We provide a wedding pre-shoot for all customers, two photographers and bespoke GraphiStudio wedding books.

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Review of J S Photography by Alexander Hamilton
3 months ago

First two years were okay. The Games Technology course certainly covered some of the topics within games design, but not nearly enough. It was; 3D modelling and Unreal 4 for the most part, neither of which I had an interest in. There was some games design and narrative writing, but it was barely touched upon.

My final year was abysmal, there were problems with the Animation for Games straight from the start, that were never fully resolved with the tutors giving a "meh, we'll deal with it" response. The dissertation was so unfairly overweight and obtuse that all other modules suffered because of the sheer amount of work that needed to be put into it with almost no help.

I paid £9,000 for my final year and maybe got 2 lessons where I got taught something, that's over a period from October - June.

As for post-graduate opportunities, Confetti pride themselves on plugging their graduates. No. They. Don't. They didn't even attend the graduation ceremony, which is odd because we were the first lot of graduates from Nottingham Trent for them.

They definitely seemed to like the year above us, too much, even helping them much after they should have really, and they still do 2 years after graduation. With us, nothing. Barely any support and a definite "favourites" vibe for the year above us.

Alexander Hamilton
Review of J S Photography by Jack Sport
4 months ago

I wasted a year there. It's sad really because it seemed promising at first. But no. They've only had one room with good computers and I didn't even get a chance to use it even though they have made promises otherwise. The course was boring and so were the most of teachers there. It seemed like no one cared. Worst of all, they've managed to lose students work resulting in them failing. I only hope they've improved now due to their 9 million investment. I'm well informed so I'll keep you posted wether or not they've improved.

Jack Sport
Review of J S Photography by Posh Tim
8 months ago

I spent several years at Confetti and it is without doubt, the most extraordinary organisation I have had the pleasure of being part of. In a league of its own as far as colleges are concerned, as analysis of the positive reviews can show you.

The negative reviews are unfortunate but not from anyone who's actually been there. If you're really interested, go to one of their many open days, speak to staff and students, and make your own mind up.

Posh Tim
Review of J S Photography by George Bates
2 years ago

Confetti College is unlike no other educational institute I have ever been a part of. The unrivaled industry connections and industry links is what sets Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies apart from its rivals.

There is also a wide variety of courses available in areas that, despite being in high demand in the working world, are underrepresented in education. The courses provide both theoretical and practical experience which sets students up perfectly for graduation.

The tutors, students, staff and atmosphere of Confetti College in general is incredibly welcoming and it's exciting to be working for the company in these hugely progressive times.

George Bates
Review of J S Photography by Max Sherwin
1 year ago

This happened a while ago but thinking back to it, this was a truly awful experience.

Late last year when I was about to begin my apprenticeship with Confetti as a Digital Media Apprentice I was obviously looking forward to it as I had only heard good things about the college. Well, one day before I was supposed start my course I was curious why they hadn't contacted me at all since my last meeting with them about a month ago, I didn't even know what time to show up. SoI, gave them a ring.

They picked up only to inform me that the course had been cancelled, FOUR DAYS PRIOR, less than a week before I was supposed to start. So, me at this point, literally fearing for my job, asked what was next, to which they responded with a half-a*sed attempt at damage control by trying to put me on a social media course that had nothing to do with creative media (with another college no less).

After me and the rest of the apprentices who got dropped like a sack of academic potatoes, unanimously agreed that this was irrelevant to our apprenticeships, this obviously didn't go through.

Eventually it was up to MY EMPLOYER to source a new college for both me and the REST THE APPRENTICES, something you would've thought Confetti's outstanding admin team would've sorted out.

My job, and what looks to be now my future career could have been non-existant due to Confetti's terrible, terrible handling of this apprenticeship scheme.

No doubt the college has its good qualities, just know if you're looking to begin an apprenticeship with these guys, they do not prioritise you as an apprentice.

Max Sherwin
Review of J S Photography by Kitty Cat
1 year ago

Horrible, horrible place. I would not recommend at all. Waste of money.

Kitty Cat
Review of J S Photography by em
1 year ago

Despite all of their bold claims, dealing with them is like dealing with a bunch of disorganised teenage stoners.

em
Review of J S Photography by Tom Firth
7 months ago

Dreadful.

I first joined in 2014 as a degree level student studying Games Technology, in the first two years everything seemed fine, after a few months I noticed that there were a few small niggles with Confetti, but there weren't any major issues.

However since the beginning of my final year more serious issues started to arise.
The place has become completely disorganised, Course structure is now terrible, No employment support offered (especially worrying for a final year student), Hardly any of the promises they made on open days were kept.
On multiple occasions they have provided no cover for teaching staff who are on leave so students are left to teach themselves for weeks at a time.
After informing staff of numerous complaints, they simply brushed it under the rug and still nothing has been done to rectify these issues.

I am ashamed that I bought into their propaganda, and since the start of my final year I have completely lost the passion I once had for Games Tech and I doubt I will pursue a job in this sector due to how disappointing Confetti has been.

Tom Firth
Review of J S Photography by Josh Bampton
11 months ago

1/5 Needs some more dabbing

Josh Bampton
Review of J S Photography by Shaun Wheatcroft
2 years ago

Confetti is different to other colleges in Nottingham because all of the tutors are connected with real industry employers. This means the students at Confetti not only get the advantage of meeting people in the jobs they want to go into, but also have a better chance of landing a job following the completion of their course. Whether it's music, TV, film, games, graphic design or performance - Confetti is the place to be for those who have a desire to get into the UK's ever-growing creative industry.

Shaun Wheatcroft
Review of J S Photography by Max Sherwin
1 year ago

This happened a while ago but thinking back to it, this was a truly awful experience.

Late last year when I was about to begin my apprenticeship with Confetti as a Digital Media Apprentice I was obviously looking forward to it as I had only heard good things about the college. Well, one day before I was supposed start my course I was curious why they hadn't contacted me at all since my last meeting with them about a month ago, I didn't even know what time to show up. SoI, gave them a ring.

They picked up only to inform me that the course had been cancelled, FOUR DAYS PRIOR, less than a week before I was supposed to start. So, me at this point, literally fearing for my job, asked what was next, to which they responded with a half-a*sed attempt at damage control by trying to put me on a social media course that had nothing to do with creative media (with another college no less).

After me and the rest of the apprentices who got dropped like a sack of academic potatoes, unanimously agreed that this was irrelevant to our apprenticeships, this obviously didn't go through.

Eventually it was up to MY EMPLOYER to source a new college for both me and the REST THE APPRENTICES, something you would've thought Confetti's outstanding admin team would've sorted out.

My job, and what looks to be now my future career could have been non-existant due to Confetti's terrible, terrible handling of this apprenticeship scheme.

No doubt the college has its good qualities, just know if you're looking to begin an apprenticeship with these guys, they do not prioritise you as an apprentice.

Max Sherwin
Review of J S Photography by em
1 year ago

Despite all of their bold claims, dealing with them is like dealing with a bunch of disorganised teenage stoners.

em
Review of J S Photography by George Bates
2 years ago

Confetti College is unlike no other educational institute I have ever been a part of. The unrivaled industry connections and industry links is what sets Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies apart from its rivals.

There is also a wide variety of courses available in areas that, despite being in high demand in the working world, are underrepresented in education. The courses provide both theoretical and practical experience which sets students up perfectly for graduation.

The tutors, students, staff and atmosphere of Confetti College in general is incredibly welcoming and it's exciting to be working for the company in these hugely progressive times.

George Bates
Review of J S Photography by Kitty Cat
1 year ago

Horrible, horrible place. I would not recommend at all. Waste of money.

Kitty Cat
Review of J S Photography by Shaun Wheatcroft
2 years ago

Confetti is different to other colleges in Nottingham because all of the tutors are connected with real industry employers. This means the students at Confetti not only get the advantage of meeting people in the jobs they want to go into, but also have a better chance of landing a job following the completion of their course. Whether it's music, TV, film, games, graphic design or performance - Confetti is the place to be for those who have a desire to get into the UK's ever-growing creative industry.

Shaun Wheatcroft
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1 year ago

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