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Istituto Italiano di Fotografia, Milan: Would you like to start a new career as a professional photographer? Located in the heart of Milan, Istituto Italiano di Fotografia (IIF) is a a leading photography school that provides a two-year full-time Professional Photography diploma course as well as evening courses, summer courses and seminars. Taught entirely in Italian, our professional photography course is a stimulating and advanced course that includes practice and theory, tests and a final exam that consists of the presentation of a personal portfolio. To ensure invididual attention, this course is open only to a limited number of participants.
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Professional Photography Diploma Course - Taught in Italian: Course Duration: 2 Academic Years
- 1st Year: Providing a careful balance of theory and hands-on practical training, the first year of the course covers topics such as visual communication, the history of photography and photographic techniques (both traditional and digital). Practical portrait and still-life lessons are held in the studio.
Subjects include: Theory of Techniques 1; Visual Communication 1; Project Realization 1; Landscape; Portrait 1; Self-portrait 1; Still-life; Digital Post Production 1.
- 2nd Year: In the second year, the study plan is divided up into seminars, a unique method adopted by IIF which allows for technical and development growth in many fields of professional photography.
Subjects include: Theory of Techniques 2; Visual Communication 2; Digital Post-production 2; Portraits 2; Video Acting; Self-Portrait 2; Artistic Nude; Fashion in the studio and outdoors; Beauty; Reportage; Landscape 2; Photo-editing; Cinema & Photography; Project Realization 2; English for Photographers.
Direct Entry to Year 2:
It may be possible for experienced photographers to enter the second year of the Professional Photography Course. To be accepted, you need to submit a portfolio that includes still life and portraiture, to allow IIF to evaluate the quality of the images and the level of preparation.