Professional Photography
Digital Arts | Professional Photography

HONE YOUR OBSERVATIONAL SKILLS AND DEVELOP YOUR ARTISTIC VISION

The skills and techniques learned during the training provide our students with the possibility of becoming a professional photographer in various fields, such as commercial, product, portrait photography and photojournalism. The photographer can work for himself and different companies such as magazines, publishing houses, etc.

Throughout the program, students will develop their creativity, sense of observation and artistic sensitivity in professional photography. A professional photography studio equipped with its own lighting material is available for our students in class and after class; a quality environment in which to master the use of various professional photography equipment, determine qualities to highlight in a subject, explore lighting techniques and angels and learn how to take professional pictures, compose images and touch-up photos. Students will prepare and organize photo shoots for fashion, events and advertising.

The Professional Photography program consists of 3 semesters, 15 weeks per semester.

By the end of the program, you will have completed 1020 hours which amounts to an average of 22.66 hours per week.

  • To analyze the occupation of photographer
  • To critique works of visual art
  • To carry out tasks related to setting up and managing a photography business
  • To photograph on location and in the studio
  • To design and prepare the lighting for photographs
  • To develop creativity
  • To use image processing software
  • To process digital images
  • To photograph social events and portraits
  • To take documentary and news photographs
  • To create the decor for photographs
  • To design a set-up for photographs
  • To take commercial, industrial and promotional photographs
  • To take art or self-assigned photographs
  • To manage and promote their career.
  • Portrait Photographer
  • Commercial Photographer
  • Photojournalist
  • Product Photographer
  • Retail Photographer
  • Fashion Photographer
  • Fine Art Photographer
  • Photo Editor
Most professional photographers work freelance or for magazines, publishing houses, advertising agencies, media etc. The type of work requires capturing images fleetingly or using lighting and production techniques.
  • Photoshop
  • Lightroom

Come spend the day with our students and teachers! This is a unique opportunity to help you make a better choice. It’s free of charge and with no future obligations.

Semester 1

  • Professional Photography I
  • Shooting I
  • Image Processing I
  • Artistic Creativity
  • Photojournalism

Semester 2

  • Applied Photography
  • Shooting II
  • Image Processing II
  • Commercial Photography I
  • Spatial Organisation

Semester 3

  • Professional Photography II
  • Shooting III
  • Image Processing III
  • Commercial Photography II
  • Portolio
Diploma