Master of Professional Photography

Istituto Europeo di Design Madrid
En Madrid (España)

11.100 € - ($ 186.413)
IVA inc.

Información importante

  • Master
  • Madrid (España)
  • Duración:
    9 Meses

This Master Program will provide the students with working tools that they can then implement in many environments. Furthermore, they can decide for themselves how much they want to delve into each field and find their own way of working with (and around) photography. what we want to teach to our students is a methodology, not technical details.

Información importante
¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

The invited specialist in photography, publishing, postproduction, lightning communication theory will teach from their own point of view, and emphasize things that the find most important.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

Professional Opportunities:

- Press and media photographer.
- Fashion photographer.
- Industrial advertising photographer.
- Editorial photographer.
- Post-production artist.
- Art Buyer / Art Director
- Studio Manager
- Art producer.

¿Qué pasará tras pedir información?

El IED contactará contigo personalmente para aclarar cualquier información que necesites. Además, si lo deseas, puedes visitar nuestras instalaciones y así conocer a profesores y alumnos.


Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

inicio Ubicación
01 de octubre de 2016
c/ Larra 14, 28004, Madrid, España
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?



“We believe that photography is something you can easily teach yourself; you do not really need a school for that. In fact, our students usually know their trade quite well. What you do need are people who support you and give you input, advice, and courage – in fact, this is maybe the single most important thing.

Learning by doing, but hand-in-hand with a strong team of professionals and tutors: this is the aim of the Professional Photography course at the IED Madrid. Our invited lecturers have quite different working and teaching styles, depending on their experiences and the fields they come from. The workshops will be held by professionals in the fields of documentary, fashion, portrait, product photography and advertising, but always with a focus on creative techniques rather than pure camera work and technical knowledge. The borders between photographers who work on commission and photographic artists are becoming blurred. Commercial photographers seek opportunities to receive awareness for their “personal works”, while photographic artists aim to attract the attention of art buyers and talent scouts that search for fresh approaches.