Objectives and methods of access
The Annual Full Class Photography Course is designed for those who require a good theoretical / practical preparation of technique and digital photo language. The teaching staff and the structure of the program are the same as those of the daytime professional course, but the course takes place in the evening, thus allowing access also to those who work.
No previous skills are required to participate because the course starts from the basics. You must have a digital SLR. Proceed to the end of the available places.
The languages addressed are the landscape, the geographical tourist reportage, the portrait, the self-portrait, the photography of events and ceremonies and the post-production. The theoretical part includes technique theory and visual communication. The lessons and the educational exits are combined with exercises in the studio with an assistant, during which it is possible to practice freely.
At the end of the Full course it is possible to access the second Full Advanced evening year to complete your preparation.
- Duration: from 16 October 2019 to the end of May 2020.
- Mode: 44 lessons 4 exits studio exercises with assistant.
- Frequency: Wednesday and Thursday, from 19:30 to 21: 30/22: 00, more exercises (on indication of teaching, with reservation), plus four exits on Saturday.
€ 2,400 (10% discount for former IIF students)
Early booking promotions are provided for the balance in a single solution, in installments and at zero-rate loans.
Get to know the IIF training offer at the next open day on Saturday 5 October 2019. We will present the course program and set up three sets of fashion, portrait and still life to let you try shooting! Reinhart Julian / Unsplash
Program at a glance:
- Post production
- Visual communication
- Demo equipment
- Self Portrait
- Tourist / geographical reportage
- Report on events and ceremonies
About the School
SCHOOL Istituto Italiano di Fotografia has been for 20 years a school leader in the field of vocational training in Italy. Training in IIF is characterized by its completeness and for its practical an ... Read More