Take a new direction with photography

From: London Institute of Photography
Published: Thu Jul 19 2018

"This is the course that can change your life," says Holger Pooten, Director of London Institute of Photography. "It's the fast track to taking captivating and professional images." LIoP's new course format offers flexible study schedules to accommodate a range of life circumstances and is offered as full time course, flexible course, one day a week course or weekends only course.

The course is suitable for complete beginners and covers all aspects of digital photography, from foundations of photography to Photoshop, Lightroom and portfolio printing. Comprising 10 comprehensive modules, this course is undoubtedly the route to take to reach new heights in creative and professional skills.

"The London Institute of Photography Professional Photography Course is taught by award-winning, professional photographers such as Caterana Tonne Fleur, Debbie Castro, Eliška Kyselková, amongst others," says Pooten. "We all have a passion for teaching and a solid background in specialised aspects of professional photography. You are always in good hands."

The Professional Photography Course also includes mentoring sessions to help students develop their own signature style and adapt this to the main genres of photography. During the course students will be guided to develop their own portfolio book and web page designed to display their creative skills at their very best.

The ten modules in the course include:
4-day Foundation Course
4-day Fashion Studio Photography
4-day Still Life Photography
4-day Portrait Photography
4-day Street and Documentary Photography
10-hour Photoshop for Photographers
10-hour Photography Careers
10-hour Lightroom Training
10-hour Portfolio Printing
10-hour Web Design for Photographers

"A vital part of the course are the regular talks by inspirational guest speakers who have extensive experience and have produced award-winning work in the world of professional photography," says Pooten. "We give you extensive exposure to the real world of professional photography to ensure you have a solid grounding on which to launch out in a new career direction."

The course includes a printed Professional Photography Course Certificate of Completion as well as access to the LIoP jobs board during the course and after completion. LIoP will also keep past and present students updated on the latest creative opportunities.

"Whether you are wondering what to study and have an interest in photography, or if you're established in a career but find yourself wanting to launch out in a new direction, or if you simply want to gain the skills to engage in a fulfilling and creative hobby, the Professional Photography Course is an excellent place to start out on your journey," says Pooten.

"After the course, we're still there for you to provide a helping hand as you continue to navigate your way through the fascinating, ever-changing world of photography," he concludes.

The London Institute of Photography was founded by award-winning advertising photographer Holger Pooten in London’s dynamic Shoreditch district. LIoP looks to nurture the creative talent of every student by building sound technical skills. Their courses look to take students to a professional level in the shortest possible time. LIoP offers a Professional Photography Course as well as 12 individual courses covering every aspect of modern photography. Taster Workshops cover the four key areas of photography. LIoP class sizes are limited to eight students to maximise individual attention and development and all training is carried out by award winning professional photographers. The Professional Photography Course is offered full time for ten weeks or flexi-time over a nine month period. Courses are offered weekdays, weekends and evenings. For more information or to book a course, please visit: https://www.liop.co.uk/.
Company: London Institute of Photography
Contact Name: Holger Pooten
Contact Email: holger@liop.co.uk
Contact Phone: +44 20 85335362

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